Sunday, May 12, 2013

Space and Cancer

Click the arrow to watch the April 12, 2013 conference at Spartanburg, South Carolina. The video runs 5½ hours.

Back in April, the Center for Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS) co-sponsored a day-long event in Spartanburg, South Carolina titled, “1st Annual Space, Cancer and Personalized Medicine Conference.” It was hosted by the Gibbs Cancer Center.

CASIS recently posted the video of the entire event on YouTube. Some of it is over my head, but for those of us looking for examples of International Space Station research this is a treasure trove.

If you go to this link, it lists who spoke on what subjects and their start times. You can pick and choose your subjects to watch.

The video demonstrates the incredible research potential of the ISS. They're just getting started. CASIS, based here in the Space Coast, is leading the way.

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