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Domains Of Life Sciences In Spacefaring: What, Where, And How To Get Involved
Domains Of Life Sciences In Spacefaring: What, Where, And How To Get Involved

“The integration of biology and spacefaring has led to the development of three interrelated fields: Astrobiology, Bioastronautics, and Space Bioprocess Engineering. Astrobiology is concerned with the study of the origin, evolution, distribution, and future of life in the universe, while Bioastronautics focuses on the effects of spaceflight on biological systems, including human physiology and psychology. Space Bioprocess Engineering, on the other hand, deals with the design, deployment, and management of biotechnology for human exploration. This paper highlights the unique contributions of each field and outlines opportunities for biologists to engage in these exciting avenues of research. By providing a clear overview of the major fields of biology and spacefaring, this paper serves as a valuable resource for scientists and researchers interested in exploring the integration of these disciplines.” More here: “Astrobiology, Bioastronautics, And Space Bioprocess Engineering: Domains Of Life Sciences In Spacefaring: What, Where, And How To Get Involved

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  • NASA Watch
  • February 6, 2024
NASA Life Science and Artemis: It Is Time To Get Serious

Is @NASA really doing genomics research as part of #Artemis #Moon2024 @NASAGeneLab? A visit and search of your website at https://t.co/dqdn6YyP64 shows no mention of research into human genomics – or other omics in a 0.16G or lunar environment. https://t.co/KfHFL8DFmT — NASA Watch (@NASAWatch) May 17, 2019 FWIW @NASAGeneLab A simple search for "Moon" and "Lunar" at https://t.co/dqdn6YyP64 returns no search results. #Moon2024 #Artemis pic.twitter.com/H0hT8ebNkt — NASA Watch (@NASAWatch) May […]

  • NASA Watch
  • May 17, 2019