This Thursday, the American Chemical Society is hosting a webinar highlighting International Space Station (ISS) U.S. National Laboratory in-space production opportunities. Dr. Ken Savin, senior program director of in-space production applications at the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS), will discuss two recent ISS National Lab research announcements: one focused on advanced manufacturing and materials and the other on tissue engineering and biomanufacturing.
When: Thursday, April 15 at 1-2 p.m. EDT
How to attend: Register here.
Over the past year, the ISS National Lab has made advancing in-space production applications onboard the orbiting laboratory a strategic priority. Doing so will help to drive a robust and sustainable market in low Earth orbit and could lead to new or improved products back on Earth, ultimately providing value back to our nation.
To bring visibility to the two in-space production applications research announcements and help educate the research community on the capabilities of the space station, the ISS National Lab has connected with multiple scientific and technical societies to engage their audiences through webinars.
The webinar this Thursday in coordination with the American Chemical Society is open to all researchers and the public. To learn more about in-space production applications opportunities on humankind’s only orbiting laboratory, register for this webinar through the American Chemical Society.