Space Health Roadmap In-person Workshop 2
This workshop is by invitation only, with a limited number of attendees. This active writing workshop will focus on drafting our technical research roadmap to advance engineering biology tools and technologies for human health and well-being in space and related application opportunities on Earth.
For those eligible for travel support, please register by February 8; Registration closes February 16.
Detailed Agenda Coming Soon! Participants can expect the workshop to run from 8:00am-5:00pm on March 4, and 8:00am–3:00pm on March 5.
- Participants will identify and discuss opportunities for advancement in engineering biology to support the health and well-being of human travelers to space, including applications in food and nutrition, medicine, and environmental control.
- Participants will directly contribute to the roadmap by drafting roadmap elements, including breakthrough capabilities, milestones, and discrete technical challenges.
- Participants will have the opportunity to network and share ideas with fellow researchers across disciplines, opening the door to future collaborations and partnerships.
We anticipate covering travel expenses for academics, including students and postdocs. Please see EBRC’s full travel policy here.
Hilton NASA Clear Lake
3000 NASA Pkwy
Houston, TX 77058
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For more information about the roadmap or workshop, please contact Emily (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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