Investigation to Test 3D Printed Materials for Satellite Manufacturing Launching on SpaceX CRS-27
Once onboard the ISS, the material samples will experience the harshness of space in the ultimate test of their durability.
Cardiac Tissue Chips to Fly to the ISS to Refine Drug Screening
To improve the quality of life for people with heart disease, researchers from Stanford University are sending tissue chips to the International Space Station.
NIH-Funded Tissue Chips Will Fly to ISS on SpaceX CRS-27 Mission to Improve Therapeutics
Researchers from Johns Hopkins University are leveraging the microgravity environment of the ISS National Lab to develop ways to improve patient care on Earth.
3D Bioprinter to Print Human Meniscus on the ISS
SpaceX CRS-27 will launch with research designed to help those who suffer from a common orthopedic injury.
Heart Muscle Tissue Chips Among Life Science Investigations Launching to ISS on SpaceX CRS-27
Results from these investigations could offer new treatments to improve patient care here on Earth.
Next SpaceX Mission to International Space Station Includes Research on Cardiac Tissue Chips, Protein Crystals, and Materials for Cost-Effective Satellites
ISS National Lab-sponsored investigations onboard aim to improve life on Earth and foster commerce in low Earth orbit.
Research to Help Replace Medication Infusions with Quick Injections to Launch on SpaceX CRS-27
Bristol Myers Squibb is using space-based research to "meet the unmet medical needs of our patients."