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NASA expands role of International Space Station

coondoggie (973519) writes | more than 4 years ago

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coondoggie (973519) writes "NASA is looking for a few good experiments to run in space. The space agency this week said it was seeking research ideas from private entities to want to do research on board the International Space Station. NASA said it was looking to expand the use of the ISS by providing access to the lab for the conduct of basic and applied research, technology development and industrial processing to private entities — including, but not limited to, commercial firms, non-profit institutions, and academic institutions. NASA said using the ISS as a national lab could help develop a number of applications in areas such as biotechnology, energy, engineering and remote sensing."
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