Roughly 400 scientists, engineers, students, industry leaders and business representatives gathered from June 26-28 in Denver, CO to participate in the 1st Annual International Space Station Research and Development Conference, organized by the American Astronautical Society and CASIS, in cooperation with National Aeronautics and Space Administration - NASA.
The purpose of the conference was to focus on future opportunities in physical sciences, life sciences, Earth and space sciences and spacecraft technology development onboard the International Space Station. Sessions outlined the process for access to station and provided scientists a forum to discuss their projects on how they will be utilized on the ISS.
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CASIS Recap Video of the First Annual AAS ISS R&D Conference in Denver, CO
Panel 1: ISS - Top Science and Technology Results
Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer on the ISS
Panel 2: Enabling Exploration Beyond Earth Orbit
Round-Robin Panel 1: Upcoming Opportunities on the ISS - NASA Funded
Round-Robin Panel 2: Upcoming Opportunities on the ISS - ISS National Lab