LaunchPad Medical Sends Bone Adhesive to the International Space Station

LaunchPad Medical Sends Bone Adhesive to the International Space Station »

22 Jan, 2018
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Research done by NASA suggests that astronauts lose up to 2% bone mass per month in space. This is because of low level of force exerted on the skeleton in low-gravity conditions. However, research currently being conducted at the International Space Station with an idea from the Mass Challenge Alumnus LaunchPad Medical could soon be the answer to the bone density loss crisis affecting astronauts.

Dr. Charles Czeisler Talks NASA & Sleep Science

Dr. Charles Czeisler Talks NASA & Sleep Science »

Dr. Charles Czeisler is one of the world's predominant sleep scientists. Hear him speak later this month at the Partner's HealthCare World Medical Innovation Forum. Dr. Charles Czeisler, MD, PhD, is up to some incredible things. He and his colleagues at Brigham and Women's Hospital recently received NASA’s Johnson Space Center…

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