HOUSTON—The NASA-funded National Space Biomedical Research Institute (NSBRI) is seeking competitive research proposals for the development of countermeasures and technologies addressing the biomedical risks associated with human space exploration in six areas, ranging from cardiovascular disease to stress and vision impairment. The efforts are intended to lower health risks and improve performance during long-duration missions. The NASA Research Announcement, "Research and ...
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