HOUSTON – The National Space Biomedical Research Institute and Baylor College of Medicine’s Center for Space Medicine have initiated a $100,000 matching grant challenge to advance technologies intended to address vision problems experienced by some astronauts assigned to long-duration missions aboard the International Space Station. The public/private initiative, Vision for Mars (http://www.nsbriforum.org/Commercialization_Assistance/Vision_for_Mars), seeks flightworthy ...

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