New Sensor Could Monitor Astronaut Vision Issues

Cerebrotech Medical Systems Inc. hopes to develop a non-invasive sensor to monitor brain fluid changes believed responsible for vision changes detected in astronauts assigned to long-duration missions aboard the International Space Station. Under a $250,000 grant award from the NASA-funded National...

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