The U.K. hopes to contribute roughly €15 million ($20 million) over four years to the European Space Agency’s (ESA’s) Program for Life and Physical Sciences (ELIPS), with investments targeted at two key areas of research that could be conducted aboard the International Space Station (ISS): Scientific understanding of how the body ages in space and advanced-materials research conducted in zero-gravity conditions that could have applications for the aerospace and automotive industries. The ...
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