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"03.03.2017 21:04:26" Bacterial response to simulated spaceflight of the bugs that cause tooth decay
"27.02.2017 18:44:05" Timeline Photos The Advanced Plant Experiment (APEX-04) is now underway on the ISS. Astronaut Peggy Whitson turned on the VEGGIE hardware and introduced the plant growth plates on Saturday, February 25. This ISS plant experiment will be examining epigenetic change in
"22.02.2017 17:57:56" Timeline Photos I am pleased to report that we had a successful on-orbit harvest Friday for Veg-03B! Peggy Whitson harvested the crop of Tokyo Bekana Chinese Cabbage in record time, taking half of the harvest and sanitizing it for crew consumption and saving the other
"17.02.2017 20:31:50" Sclerostin Antibody Treatment Prevents Bone Loss in Mars-analog Tests
"17.02.2017 20:21:04" nspires.nasaprs.com NSPIRES - Solicitations Summary NASA is asking for feedback from the scientific community regarding the scope and subject matter of three DRAFT solicitations on Space Biology Research Utilizing....
"Microgravity Simulation Devices"
"14.02.2017 22:17:57" surveymonkey.com Can you spare a few moments to take my survey? Please take the survey titled "Space Biology Followers". Your feedback is important! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PW6RVTL
"12.02.2017 19:00:43" bigdatau.org Innovation Lab 2017 - BD2K Training Coordinating Center Apply to participate in the 2017 Innovation Lab on Quantitative Approaches to Biomedical Data Science Challenges in our Understanding of the Microbiome.
June 19-23, 2017.
The BD2K Training Coordinating Center is organizing an Innovation Lab to foster
"04.02.2017 06:10:45" careerarc.com NASA Job Map Want to work at NASA? Check out the 586 opportunities open today on our interactive job map and find new jobs in your area as soon as they become available. Students seeking internship opportunities at NASA - find out about the current open positions at all of the NASA centers across the USA. Visit the "Opportunity Map" and click on any of the NASA centers to read more about each of the student project
"03.02.2017 20:55:46" New Study Investigating Waterborne Bacteria for the First Time Revealing Mechanisms of Infection
"03.02.2017 20:46:12" Translational Research Brings Space Biology, HRP, and Medical Operations together to Accelerate Human Space Exploration
"18.01.2017 03:04:43" slstpapp.com www.slstpapp.com The Space Life Sciences Training Program (SLSTP) provides undergraduate students entering their junior or senior years with professional experience in space life science disciplines. This challenging ten-week summer program is held at NASA's Ames Research The Space Life Sciences Training Program (SLSTP) is seeking student applications for the 2017 summer program. SLSTP provides undergraduate students entering their junior or senior years with professional experience in space life science disciplines.
"25.12.2016 22:19:18" a.msn.com NASA reveals how its innovations have changed your everyday life Infant formula was derived from space food Our Chief of Science - Dr. Ellen Stofan - reminding everyone of NASA innovations that pervade our everyday lives....
"15.12.2016 20:14:29" Timeline Photos NASA is voted, 'The Best Place to Work in the Federal Government' for the fifth year in a row!
"It's a great honor and a privilege to be able to serve my country through civilian employment with NASA. We're doing what no one else in the world is doing,
"08.12.2016 21:47:21" "'The most important thing we can do is inspire young minds and advance the kind of science, math and technology education that will help youngsters take us to the next phase of space travel. To me, there is no greater calling … If I can inspire young
"07.12.2016 21:54:26" Timeline Photos Space-Based Bone Scanner Expands Medical Research
As a part of an effort to upgrade ISS research facilities managed by Johnson Space Center, the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS) worked with Techshot Inc. to build a bone densitometer
"01.12.2016 22:10:29" High fat diet can be bad for bone health
"30.11.2016 17:05:56" nasa.gov Arthur C. Clarke Foundation Awards NASA for Lifetime Achievement On Tuesday, Nov. 29, The Arthur C. Clarke Foundation awarded NASA its Lifetime Achievement Award, which recognizes “an individual, a group or an entity that exemplifies the values and accomplishments of Sir Arthur's life. NASA receives a 'Lifetime Achievement Award" from the Arthur C. Clarke Foundation.
"NASA has served as that rare organization that dares to imagine, puts science and technology behind its imaginings, and converts what might have appeared to be science
"23.11.2016 23:14:53" The importance of gravity on growth and tissue regeneration
"23.11.2016 23:09:15" Evidence of Oxidative Stress Found in the Brain after Exposure to Simulated Spaceflight
"23.11.2016 23:05:39" Unlocking the genes that trigger 'goop' in bacterial biofilms
"23.11.2016 22:56:59" Aspergillus fungus living aboard the ISS more virulent
"23.11.2016 22:51:09" Analyzing Patterns in Wing Veins May Yield Clues About Genes Damaged in Spaceflight
"23.11.2016 22:46:43" Glow-in-the-dark Science: Fluorescent genes help botanists visualize gravity sensing in space grown plants
"23.11.2016 22:41:09" Dried Prunes Surprisingly Effective at Protecting Bones From Radiation-induced Damage
"23.11.2016 22:35:56" Good Vibrations: Using low-intensity vibrations to promote tissue repair
"23.11.2016 22:31:51" Space-grown human cells don't appear to sense microgravity
"23.11.2016 22:26:46" Deep Space Radiation May Cause Heart Problems for Future Travelers to Mars
"23.11.2016 22:19:23" NASA Space Biology
"23.11.2016 22:19:23" NASA Space Biology
"23.11.2016 22:16:35" Study Finds Liver Damage in Animals From Two Weeks in Space
"23.11.2016 21:37:06" Does Muscle Size Determine Bone Size?
"23.11.2016 21:06:10" nasa.gov One Billion Base Pairs Sequenced on the Space Station A high fidelity test version of NASA's Advanced Plant Habitat (APH), the largest plant chamber built for the agency, arrived at Kennedy Space Center the third week of November, 2016. The APH unit, containing small flowering plant seeds, will be delivered
"23.11.2016 21:03:04" NASA Space Life Sciences at ASCB in San Francisco NASA Space Life Sciences at ASCB in San Francisco Space Biology will have a booth exhibit at the 2016 annual meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology. If you're at the meeting come by and visit us at booth #941.
"21.10.2016 20:12:48" nasa.gov NASA Selects 6 Space Biology Research Proposals NASA's Space Biology Program will fund 6 proposals that will utilize the GeneLab Data System to translate spaceflight research data into new knowledge relating to the responses of living systems in the spaceflight environment. NASA Space Biology has awarded 6 proposals that will utilize the GeneLab Data System to translate spaceflight research data into new knowledge relating to the responses of living systems in the spaceflight environment. To see the a complete list of the
"21.10.2016 20:09:02" asgsr.org Home Come visit the Space Biology booth at the annual American Society for Gravitational and Space Research next week in Cleveland, Ohio. Hope to see you there! For more information visit the meeting website at http://www.asgsr.org
"16.09.2016 16:02:15" NASA Space Biology T-cell lymphocyte - SEM
"16.09.2016 16:02:15" NASA Space Biology T-cell lymphocyte - SEM
"16.09.2016 15:54:14" Announcing Post-doctoral Fellowship opportunities in Space Biology research. "NASA Space Biology Fellowships to Study the Microbiome of the ISS as a Built Environment" - NASA anticipates that up to 2 awards will be made for the research requested in this
"22.08.2016 23:17:20" nasa.gov PubSpace NASA.gov brings you the latest images, videos and news from America's space agency. Get the latest updates on NASA missions, watch NASA TV live, and learn about our quest to reveal the unknown and benefit all humankind. NASA announces 'PubSpace' - an online repository of peer-reviewed scientific articles to permanently preserve and provide easy public access to NASA-funded research. http://www.nasa.gov/open/researchaccess/pubspace
"22.08.2016 23:13:23" NASA Space Biology
"22.08.2016 23:13:23" NASA Space Biology
"28.07.2016 22:28:52" nature.com Apollo Lunar Astronauts Show Higher Cardiovascular Disease Mortality: Possible Deep Space Radiation Effects on the Vascular Endothelium As multiple spacefaring nations contemplate extended manned missions to Mars and the Moon, health risks could be elevated as travel goes beyond the Earth's protective magnetosphere into the more intense deep space radiation environment. Space Biology scientists Mike Delp, Charles Limoli, and Ruth Globus have recently published some exciting findings on cardiovascular research that affected the Apollo astronauts http://www.nature.com/articles/srep29901
"28.07.2016 22:25:29" youtube.com Space Station Live: The WetLab SmartCycler NASA Commentator Dan Huot talks to Dr. Macarena Parra of the NASA Ames Research Center, the project scientist for the WetLab-02 technology validation project... Space Biology Principal Investigator, Imara Perera, talks about her plant experiment that is currently on the International Space Station; https://youtu.be/GiUvFpUK0ME
"19.07.2016 20:55:41" nasa.gov Plant RNA Regulation (SpaceX-9) The Plant RNA Regulation (PRR) investigation will study tiny seedlings grown in space to better understand the biological mechanisms involved in plant responses to spaceflight. Instruments to perform the first-ever DNA sequencing in space and a plant signaling experiment are among the cargo scheduled to arrive at the International Space Station after Monday's launch of the SpaceX Commercial Resupply Services-9 (CRS-9) mission.
"07.07.2016 20:21:24" nasa.gov New Crew Members, Including NASA Biologist, Launch to Space Station Three crew members representing the United States, Russia and Japan are on their way to the International Space Station after launching from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 9:36 p.m. EDT Wednesday, July 6 (7:36 a.m. Baikonur time, July 7). New Crew Members, Including NASA Biologist, Launch to Space Station.....http://www.nasa.gov/press-release/new-crew-members-including-nasa-biologist-launch-to-space-station
"09.06.2016 04:40:36" American Society for Gravitational and Space Research - ASGSR Students get ready - The guidelines for the new student competition honoring the memory of ASGSR leader Ken Souza have been released. Proposals due September 15, 2016.
https://asgsr.org/index.php/member-menu/ken-souza-memorial-competition Announcing the Ken Souza Memorial Spaceflight Student Competition!
"03.06.2016 21:23:40" Photos from NASA Space Biology's post The Microbial Tracking-1 experiment just announced the discovery of a new species of bacteria sampled from two different locations aboard the ISS. Enterobacter piersonii have been named after Dr. Duane Pierson at Johnson Space Center to commemorate his
"28.04.2016 21:46:10" youtube.com Space Station Live: The WetLab SmartCycler NASA Commentator Dan Huot talks to Dr. Macarena Parra of the NASA Ames Research Center, the project scientist for the WetLab-02 technology validation project... Ames Research Center project scientist - Dr. Macarena Parra - talking about the benefits of real-time qPCR in space that the new WetLab platform is currently testing.
"28.04.2016 21:36:38" llnl.gov NASA Space Biology Biodetection system bound for space
"26.04.2016 23:18:35" youtube.com Open Science: Stem Cells Open Science Series with NASA's Dr. Marshall Porterfield, Director of Space Life and Physical Sciences Research and Mr. Angel Otero, Deputy Director. This se... Groundbreaking stem cell research in space has serious implications for sending humans on long duration missions; https://youtu.be/KTelwF805Os
"21.04.2016 20:40:29" NASA Ames Research Center We've started testing our new system for measuring gene expression - 250 miles overhead!
Gene expression analysis examines the types and amounts of molecules produced by genes in living cells, telling us which genes are active and which are inactive at
"21.04.2016 18:03:09" journals.plos.org Spaceflight Activates Lipotoxic Pathways in Mouse Liver Spaceflight affects numerous organ systems in the body, leading to metabolic dysfunction that may have long-term consequences. Microgravity-induced alterations in liver metabolism, particularly with respect to lipids, remain largely unexplored. Here we Newly published results examining the livers of mice flown on the STS-135 shuttle mission reveal some concerning alterations in liver metabolism that could signal increased risk of progressive liver damage during long duration space missions.
"08.04.2016 22:18:51" nasa.gov WetLab-2 (SpaceX-8) WetLab-2 (SpaceX-8) Also on SpaceX-8; WetLab-2 is a new system for conducting quantitative, real-time gene expression analysis aboard the International Space Station. The goals for this first flight are to validate system performance and for station crew to demonstrate
"08.04.2016 22:17:28" nasa.gov Rodent Research-3 (SpaceX-8) Rodent Research-3 (SpaceX-8) On SpaceX-8; The Rodent Research-3 microgravity study will evaluate a countermeasure against muscle atrophy.
"08.04.2016 22:16:32" nasa.gov Microbial Tracking-1 (SpaceX-8) Microbial Tracking-1 is a three-part investigation that seeks to characterize airborne and surface-associated populations of microorganisms aboard the International Space Station. On SpaceX-8; Microbial Tracking-1 is a three-part investigation that seeks to characterize airborne and surface-associated populations of microorganisms aboard the International Space Station.
"08.04.2016 22:15:54" nasa.gov Micro-10 (SpaceX-8) Micro-10 (SpaceX-8) On SpaceX-8; Micro-10 is a life science research mission that investigates the effects of spaceflight on the growth, gene expression and physiological responses of a microorganism, the fungus Aspergillus nidulans.
"08.04.2016 22:13:50" youtube.com SpaceX CRS-8 Lifts Off from Cape Canaveral The SpaceX CRS-8 Falcon 9 rocket lifts off from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station sending a Dragon spacecraft on the company's eigh... We have liftoff! SpaceX-8 successfully launched from Kennedy Space Center at 4:43 EDT. Several Space Biology science experiments are on their way to rendezvous with the International Space Station
"24.03.2016 21:40:19" nspires.nasaprs.com NSPIRES - Solicitations Summary Appendix A: GeneLab Innovation Awards for Translational Systems Biology and Informatics Research Using the GeneLab Data System Announcing the GeneLab Innovation Awards! This NASA Research Announcement solicits research that utilizes the GeneLab Data System to translate spaceflight research data into new knowledge relating to the responses of living systems in the spaceflight
"23.02.2016 19:50:41" nasa.gov Ten Things to Know About Scott Kelly’s #YearInSpace The completion of the one-year mission and its studies will help guide the next steps in planning for long-duration deep space missions that will be necessary as humans move farther into the solar system. Russian cosmonaut Valery Polyakov spent 438 days aboard Mir between January 1994 and March 1995 and holds the all-time record for the most continuous days spent in space. NASA astronaut Scott Kelly and Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko are one week
"22.02.2016 17:38:09" youtube.com Open Science: GeneLab & VEGGIE On GeneLab we conduct research beyond gravity, search for answers in space, and make discoveries that push back the frontiers of understanding on Earth. http... Meet NASA Botanist Dr. Gioia Massa who is developing space grown edible plants that will support us on our Journey to Mars'...
"11.02.2016 19:50:58" youtube.com Growing Plants in Space http://www.botany.wisc.edu/gilroy/ind... For many people, outer space and agriculture do not go together. But Simon Gilroy, Professor of Botany at UW-Madison... Meet one of the Space Biology 'rock star' researchers - Simon Gilroy of the University of Madison Wisconsin - who is working out how to grow plants in space
"03.02.2016 18:28:52" NASA Ames Research Center There will be 13 experiments riding on NASA's Space Launch System rocket’s first mission in 2018. They’re each unique and will provide valuable data for future missions.
One is our BioSentinel small sat, which will use yeast to detect, measure and Find out about the next phase of space biology research in life beyond low Earth orbit - the biosentinel satellite...
"21.01.2016 21:09:16" nspires.nasaprs.com NSPIRES - Solicitations Summary NASA Request for Information (RFI) on Developing a “NASA Space Life and Physical Sciences (SLPS) GeneLab ISS Reference Mission” that will be used to Collect, Manage, and Distribute “Omics-type” Data Collected in the Course of Space Biology Research Help NASA design a space flight experiment in biology. The GeneLab Request For Information (RFI) seeks inputs to design omics reference experiments needed by the Space Life Sciences community. The deadline to submit your responses is February 5, 20
"21.01.2016 19:12:47" nasa.gov NASA Space Biology The Space Life Sciences Training Program (SLSTP) is seeking student applications for the 2016 summer program, which will run from June 13 to August 19, 2016 at NASA Ames Research Center. Application period closes March 1, 2016. For more informatio
"23.12.2015 19:21:35" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration How does the immune system change during space flight? The Twins Study on the International Space Station is studying many aspects of astronaut Scott Kelly’s health during his one-year mission to find out. Details: http://go.nasa.gov/1NCKX7X
"23.12.2015 19:21:11" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Flowers in space! Zinnia flowers are starting to grow in the International Space Station's Veggie facility. This facility supports a variety of plant species that can be cultivated for educational outreach, fresh food and even recreation for crew mem
"21.12.2015 21:49:58" Timeline Photos New GeneLab Rodent Datasets released! Omics Analyses of Mouse Liver in Microgravity on the Rodent Research-1 Payload are available for download here; https://genelab-data.ndc.nasa.gov/genelab/search_studies/?q=RR1
"21.12.2015 21:46:49" Timeline Photos Be a part of a new generation helping NASA advance on the #JourneytoMars. Applications are now being accepted for the job of astronaut. Members of the next astronaut class will visit the space station and will carry out deep-space exploration mission
"15.12.2015 01:20:03" usajobs.gov Be a part of a new generation helping NASA advance on the #JourneytoMars. Applications are now being accepted for the job of astronaut. Members of the next astronaut class will visit the space station and will carry out deep-space exploration missi
"19.11.2015 19:57:15" nspires.nasaprs.com NSPIRES - Solicitations Summary NASA Request for Information (RFI) on Developing a “NASA Space Life and Physical Sciences (SLPS) GeneLab ISS Reference Mission” that will be used to Collect, Manage, and Distribute “Omics-type” Data Collected in the Course of Space Biology Research NASA is seeking input on designing 'omics reference experiments needed by the Space Life Sciences community. Open to responses from all parties including commercial entities, international organizations, academia, NASA Centers, and other government
"21.10.2015 17:05:28" online.liebertpub.com Microgravity Reduces the Differentiation and Regenerative Potential of Embryonic Stem Cells |... Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. is committed to working closely with librarians to create collections of content that fulfill the informational needs of institutions while providing excellent value. Space Biology research from the STS-131 mission to be featured on the cover of Stem Cells and Development November 2015 issue.....
"02.10.2015 15:27:19" huffingtonpost.com Why I'm Naming a New Plant Species After The Martian Truth be told, while much of what my fellow botanists and I do is pretty cool (and often challenging), there isn't much that would find its way into a blockbuster hero film. That is, until now.
"23.09.2015 21:05:41" nasa.gov Keeping Cells in Good Shape An experiment aboard the International Space Station looked at how cells change shape in microgravity and the ways those changes affect their function. Cells have a cytoskeleton, a matrix of proteins that serve as a rigid structure for a cell much as The Cell Shape and Expression investigation is currently underway aboard the ISS. Find out more about this study looking into the effects of microgravity on the cytoskeleton...
"15.09.2015 23:01:32" nasa.gov Top 10 Ways ISS Is Helping Get Us To Mars The International Space Station is paving our way to Mars as the only microgravity laboratory in which long-duration investigations can take place. From understanding how the human body reacts to long-term spaceflight to testing critical systems for How life sciences research on the International Space Station is preparing us for a Journey to Mars
"03.09.2015 19:21:44" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration We’re going to Mars, are you? Send your name on our InSight mission, which is the first to study the deep interior of the Red Planet! Submit your name by Sept 8: http://go.nasa.gov/1KJDeVA The first step to getting to Mars....
"21.08.2015 17:34:15" Attention undergraduate students! NASA announces the Undergraduate Student Instrument Project, which accepts proposals from U.S. institutions of higher education to develop an undergraduate-led Project Team that will fly a science and/or technology
"11.08.2015 16:49:15" nasa.gov Crew Members Sample Leafy Greens Grown on Space Station Fresh food grown in the microgravity environment of space is officially on the menu for the first time for NASA astronauts on the International Space Station. "Astronauts take first bites of space-grown lettuce"....grown in the VEGGIE hardware out of Kennedy Space Center
"14.07.2015 20:18:36" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Pluto and its large moon Charon shine in false color! New Horizons images highlight these truly complex worlds. These are not actual color images—they are shown here in exaggerated colors that make it easy to note the differences in surface material Congratulations to the New Horizons team on their historic Pluto observations!!
"01.07.2015 20:49:38" asgsr.org 2015 Call for Abstracts ASGSR American Society for Gravitational and Space Research The American Society for Gravitational and Space Research (ASGSR) has extended the Call for Abstracts for the 31st Annual Conference to July 15, 2015. Submit your abstracts online here; https://asgsr.org/index.php/2015-call-for-abstracts
"26.06.2015 17:11:18" Senior NASA officials showcase the agency's work on the 'Journey to Mars' during a Mars Day on the Hill event Thursday, June 25, in the Rayburn House Office Building Foyer in Washington DC. Ames Research Center project scientist, Dr. Macarena Parra
"27.05.2015 20:08:05" nature.com Home : npj Microgravity npj Microgravity is published in collaboration between Nature Publishing Group and The Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University. npj Microgravity adheres to a modified set of Nature editorial standards. Introducing the new journal Microgravity - an open-access publication with Space Biology Principal Investigator Dr. Cheryl Nickerson as the Editor-in-Chief....
"15.05.2015 20:14:36" youtube.com Space Station Live: Millions of microbes under study NASA commentator Amiko Kauderer talks with Dr. Kasthuri Venkateswaran, principal investigator for the Microbial Observatory experiment aboard the Internation... Dr. Venkateswaran from NASA JPL is seen here on NASA TV discussin his research on the Microbial Observatory project on the ISS; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RULgOizRL0I
"15.05.2015 15:51:45" genelab.nasa.gov Contact - NASA GeneLab This is GeneLab. Cutting-edge biology experiments conducted in space. Discoveries made. Results analyzed on big data platforms. Research shared. This is science amplified. What will you discover? NASA is announcing the release of the GeneLab Data System 1.0, the first version of NASA's open-access, online searchable data repository for Space Biology experiments. The scientific community is invited to log on to the GeneLab Data System, browse
"11.05.2015 18:54:01" asgsr.org 2015 Call for Abstracts ASGSR American Society for Gravitational and Space Research Call for Papers - for the 31st annual American Society for Gravitational and Space Research (ASGSR) conference. Abstracts will be accepted until July 1, 2015. See the website for details; https://www.asgsr.org/index.php/2015-call-for-abstracts
"05.05.2015 16:42:37" nasa.gov Space Biology Project Manager Presents 2015 Benson Memorial Lecture “Space Biophysics: Accomplishments, Trends, Challenges”, reviews the current state of NASA biophysics research accomplishments and identifies future trends and challenges for biophysics research on the International Space Station and beyond. Space Biology Project Manager, Dr. Jeff Smith, presented the 2015 Memorial Benson Lecture on the state of NASA's biophysics research. If you missed the lecture you can download the presentation here;
"20.04.2015 18:24:12" youtube.com Space to Ground: Dragon Delivery: 4/17/2015 NASA's Space to Ground is your weekly update on what's happening aboard the International Space Station. Got a question or comment? Use #spacetoground to tal... SpaceX mission delivering more life science experiments to the ISS
"23.03.2015 16:25:26" nasa.gov Twins Study NASA.gov brings you the latest images, videos and news from America's space agency. Get the latest updates on NASA missions, watch NASA TV live, and learn about our quest to reveal the unknown and benefit all humankind. Capitalizing on twin astronauts Mark and Scott Kelly, NASA will be embarking on a year long study to understand and characterize the effects of long duration space missions on the human body; http://www.nasa.gov/content/twins-study/#.VRA-CimxPDI
"27.02.2015 23:44:32" nasa.gov NASA Remembers Leonard Nimoy NASA is mourning the passing today of actor Leonard Nimoy, most famous for his role as Star Trek's Vulcan science officer Mr. Spock. The sci-fi classic served as an inspiration for many at NASA over the years, and Nimoy joined other cast members at s Many scientists, engineers, and astronauts at NASA were inspired by the Starship Enterprise Science Officer Spock. May his inspiration Live Long and Prosper. #ToBoldlyGo
"18.02.2015 00:39:21" Timeline Photos Astronaut Reid Wiseman came to visit the Bone and Signaling Lab at NASA Ames Research Center today. Even Fred the Bone Head enjoyed the visit...
"18.02.2015 00:39:21" Astronaut Reid Wiseman came to visit the Bone and Signaling Lab at NASA Ames Research Center today. Even Fred the Bone Head enjoyed the visit...
"12.02.2015 00:51:45" eurekalert.org Florida State -- Russian research team explores vision complications for astronauts An international partnership between Florida State University and a team from the Russian Academy of Sciences has found that space travel may severely impair the body's ability to regulate blood rushing to the brain, which could contribute to the tem Great article in science news about a recent Space Biology study on the Russian Bion M1 mission;
"10.02.2015 18:11:47" www.nasa.gov New Research Headed to Station Helping NASA Explore the Universe New research will be heading to the International Space Station to help NASA understand how the conditions of spaceflight affect living organisms. New Research Headed to Station Helping NASA Explore the Universe....Congratulations to the 16 recipients of the recent grant awards for life sciences research in space;
"07.02.2015 00:04:54" www.nsbri.org Current Announcements The National Space Biomedical Research Institute (NSBRI) seeks solutions to health concerns facing astronauts on long missions. These advances will benefit health care on Earth. The application period for the National Space Biomedical Research Institute's (NSBRI) First Award Fellowship Program is now open. One-year fellowships are available to pursue research in any U.S. laboratory conducting space-related biomedical or biot
"05.02.2015 05:10:56" Space Station Live: Studying Basic Biology in Space NASA Commentator Lori Meggs at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center speaks with Ruth Globus, project scientist at NASA Ames Research Center, about her experiment studying rodents in a special enclosure on the International Space Station. Rodent Resear Find out about the rodent research project currently aboard ISS and NASA's Ames Research Center role in this important study...
"30.01.2015 19:28:31" ascb.org NASA Funding for Your Basic Cell Research Could Be Orbiting Overhead When you next look up at the night sky, know that among the stars and planets there’s a new cell culture unit and fluorescence microscope orbiting above you. There could also be a research funding ...
"30.01.2015 17:32:27" "Today we remember and give thanks for the lives and contributions of those who gave all trying to push the boundaries of human achievement... They have our eternal respect, love and gratitude." - NASA Administrator Charles Bolden
Bolden addressed N Timeline Photos We will never forget the risk, challenges, and sacrifices of the brave men and women who pushed the boundaries of exploration...
"23.01.2015 20:00:53" Space Station Live: Fruit Fly Lab NASA commentator Lori Meggs talks with Dr. Sharmila Bhattacharya of the NASA Ames Research Center, the principal investigator of the Fruit Fly Lab experiment... ESA astronaut Cristoforetti initiated the Fruit Fly experiment this week aboard the ISS. Listen as Dr. Sharmila Bhattacharya of NASA's Ames Research Center, principal investigator of the Fruit Fly Lab experiment, takes us inside her lab to explain w
"21.01.2015 19:58:14" www.washingtonpost.com How research in space could help treat old age on Earth Space science rock star Millie Hughes-Fulford on her work to combat aging by studying T-cells on ISS. NASA Space Biology researcher and former astronaut, Millie Hughes-Fulford has an immune function experiment aboard the ISS.
"12.01.2015 19:40:11" The SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft was berthed to the Harmony module of the International Space Station at 8:54 a.m. EST. The hatch between the newly arrived spacecraft and the Harmony module of the space station is scheduled to be opened Tuesday, bu Timeline Photos
"05.01.2015 23:39:29" What's launching on SpaceX tomorrow morning to the International Space Station? We're premiering our fruit fly lab: http://1.usa.gov/1Ih416s Timeline Photos Calling all Drosophila researchers....NASA is debuting the next generation of fruit fly research in space...
"22.12.2014 20:19:38" Space Station Crew Members Offer Christmas Greetings to the World Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 42 Commander Barry Wilmore and Flight Engineer Terry Virts of NASA offered their thoughts and best wishes ...
"16.12.2014 00:28:15" www.surveymonkey.com 2014 NASA GeneLab research community survey Welcome to the 2014 GeneLab research community survey. Your thoughtful responses will help us understand the research practices and needs of our potential users. If you are a life sciences researcher who works with omics data and bioinformatics NASA would like to hear from you! You're invited to participate in a community survey to help us understand the research practices and needs our potential users of th
"04.12.2014 00:40:41" www.ascb.org 2014 ASCB/IFCB Meeting Program Visit the post for more. NASA will be sponsoring a Space Biology booth exhibit at the American Society for Cell Biology meeting in Philadelphia December 7 through 9. If you'll be at the meeting stop by booth #242 and learn about our space life sciences research opportunitie
"03.12.2014 22:59:16" Congratulations to Space Biology PI Dr. John Kiss for receiving the NASA Medal for 'Outstanding Public Service; For exceptional contributions in spaceflight research in the fundamental biology of plants in support of NASA’s exploration mission.”
"01.12.2014 23:20:41" worldstemcellsummit.com Home Be a part of the conversation. The World Stem Cell Summit is the largest global meeting of stem cell science &helip; Come and see NASA at the World Stem Cell Summit meeting in San Antonio, TX December 3 - 5. We will have a panel discussion on Stem Cell Science in Space on Friday. If you're at the meeting stop by and see us at the NASA Space Life Science and CASIS
"17.11.2014 18:47:56" www.nasa.gov Weekly Recap From the Expedition Lead Scientist Expedition 41 is hard at work 200-plus miles above us! Catch this week's research highlights here. Congratulations on the successful germination of the Arabidopsis seedlings currently on orbit for the Seedling Growth experiment. Dr. John Kiss and Dr. Javier Medina are the investigators looking at the effects of microgravity and light on plant grow
"05.11.2014 18:36:30" play.google.com ISS Research Explorer - Android Apps on Google Play Have you ever wondered about the hundreds of experiments that have been conducted on the International Space Station? The Space Station Research Explorer provides cu... ...and here's the Android version; https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=gov.nasa.jsc.igoal.ISSResearchExplorer
"05.11.2014 18:35:37" itunes.apple.com Space Station Research Explorer Get Space Station Research Explorer on the App Store. See screenshots and ratings, and read customer reviews. NASA now has a tablet-based application available for download that includes much of the publically accessible data from our ISS Program Science Toolbox as a standalone application.
You can use this app to access experiment details and images at
"31.10.2014 17:54:56" Space Biology scientists and students participating in the annual meeting. 2014 American Society for Space and Gravitational Research Space Biology scientists and students participating in the annual meeting.
"31.10.2014 17:54:56" Space Biology scientists and students participating in the annual meeting. 2014 American Society for Space and Gravitational Research Space Biology scientists and students participating in the annual meeting.
"10.10.2014 22:23:33" Rodent Research in Microgravity There are components of rodent biology that are directly related to human biology. Almost every gene found in the human so far has been found in a closely re... Learn more about how rodent research will advance NASA's understanding of the effects of space travel on the human body
"24.09.2014 21:09:49" SpaceX CRS-4 Model Organisms Cargo Previewed During a Pre-flight panel discussion September 18 at Kennedy Space Center, scientists and researchers discussed the Model Organisms investigations being deli...
"22.09.2014 16:31:56" Did you miss the 1:52 a.m. EDT SpaceX Dragon cargo launch to the International Space Station? No worries. Watch it now!
Dragon will arrive at the space station on Tuesday. For more information, visit: http://www.nasa.gov/spacex We have liftoff!!
"19.09.2014 20:01:15" www.nasa.gov NASA Ames to Launch Science Experiments to Space Station on SpaceX Rocket NASA's Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California, will launch four life science experiments to the International Space Station aboard NASA's next commercial cargo resupply flight of the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft. NASA's Ames Research Center is loading four life science experiments onto SpaceX and getting ready for tomorrow's launch to the ISS; Read about the experiments here; http://www.nasa.gov/ames/nasa-ames-to-launch-science-experiments-to-space-station-o
"15.09.2014 22:17:32" Animation of NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) 70-metric-ton configuration launching to space. SLS will be the most powerful rocket ever built for deep space missions, including to an asteroid and ultimately to Mars. #JourneyToMars We're getting ready for deep space....
"04.09.2014 15:35:58" nspires.nasaprs.com NSPIRES - Solicitations Summary NASA Request for Information (RFI) for Biological Materials, Biomaterials and Biomimetics Research on the International Space Station NASA Request for Information for Biological Materials, Biomaterials, and Biomimetics Research on the ISS. You are invited to provide ideas for space-oriented studies of gravity and convection-dependent phenomena of biological materials.
"02.09.2014 23:00:05" www.nasa.gov Open House 2014 - NASA's Ames Research Center Save the Date: Oct. 18, 2014 -- the first Ames Open House in 17 years! NASA Ames Research Center is celebrating its 75th Diamond Jubilee and you're all invited. The center will be open to the public on Saturday, October 18, 2014, but you'll need to have tickets. A limited number of tickets will be given away. Get you
"21.08.2014 22:05:55" www.nasa.gov NASA Selects 26 Space Biology Research Proposals [image-69]NASA's Space Biology Program will fund 26 proposals to investigate how microbes, cells, plants and animals respond to changes in gravity. The research will be conducted aboard the International Space Station. Congratulations to the 26 recipients of the NASA Space Biology grants for the solicitation; NHH14ZTT001N, "Spaceflight Research Opportunities in Space Biology". See the award recipients here;
"20.07.2014 18:34:16" Timeline Photos 45 years ago today NASA achieved the impossible. Get ready for the #NextGiantLeap
"20.07.2014 18:34:16" 45 years ago today NASA achieved the impossible. Get ready for the #NextGiantLeap
"18.07.2014 15:42:02" Studying Life in Space Let's say you have an idea for an experiment; How do you get it into space? This video describes how NASA works with life science researchers to fund, develo... If you're considering applying for a NASA Space Biology grant, but are somewhat daunted by the prospect, then watch this video we've produced that gives a great overview of how the process works...
"17.07.2014 20:42:23" www.usajobs.gov USAJOBS - Search Jobs The NASA Pathways Intern Program provides students with the opportunity to explore NASA careers and gain meaningful developmental work experience. This is an internship position as part of a work/study program. The work involves trainee duties at NAS Attention students! NASA has a position opening for a student trainee at Kennedy Space Center;
"01.07.2014 17:58:12" www.nasa.gov Fruit Fly Immunity Fails with Fungus After (Space)Flight Fruit flies may help NASA create specialized countermeasures to keep astronauts healthy during long-duration space missions to an asteroid or Mars. Diane Kimbrell's space biology research on fruit flies is helping NASA to understand the effects of space travel on immune function;