a virtual event hosted by the NASA Space Biology Program

a virtual event hosted by the NASA Space Biology Program

Lunar Biology Technological innovation Workshop Lunar Biology Know-how Workshop: a digital occasion hosted by the NASA Room Biology Application

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From: NASA Astrobiology
Posted: Friday, February 25, 2022

Are you a biologist searching for conversation with engineers to layout your ideal experiment? Are you a payload developer on the lookout for perception into how to help the following technology of house experiments? Are you a platform/lunar lander supplier intrigued in studying additional about biological sciences and distinctive capability needs? If so, you should be a part of us for LBTech, a 2-day workshop all through which we’ll network, brainstorm, and discuss how to optimize study in deep room. Early-job scientists are particularly encouraged to be part of! 


As NASA commences to broaden robotic and human exploration to the Moon, new options are emerging for exploration to additional our understanding of biology over and above minimal-earth orbit (BLEO). How do we experience the problems of the lunar environment and design components for sturdy biological research? LBTech will be an interactive virtual celebration for space biosciences researchers and engineers to focus on tips for systems that will permit investigation on and all over the Moon. Invited speakers will current facts on NASA programmatics, alternatives for funding and flight, and environmental characteristics of the Moon, as nicely as classes uncovered from LEO missions to include into BLEO experiments.


The focal position of LBTech will be breakout team conversations built to aid the trade of ideas concerning researchers and components/instrument builders to explore and determine crucial lunar science-enabling capabilities. On both equally days of the function, a distributors show will be held to supply virtual booths for engineering and hardware builders and lunar platform providers to meet the science and spaceflight engineering communities and deliver multimedia informational exhibits. A report of LBTech workshop results will be made publicly readily available next the event. This report will provide as an instructive resource for the broader science/engineering local community as they produce a solid catalog of devices to permit strong lunar analysis. 


Join us to talk about prospects to be certain potential explorers, and the biology they deliver with them, thrive in deep place.


Further more details, registration, and seller booth signal-up will be accessible at https://www.nasa.gov/ames/analysis/place-biosciences/BLISS/LBTech


Issues? Speak to Jessica Lee ([email protected]) and Matthew Lera ([email protected])


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