Israeli experiment goes airborne en route to Int’l Space Station

A space lab developed by the Space Pharma Company in Israel and carrying four experiments in the field of life sciences arrived on Tuesday at the International Space Station after a successful launch. The lab, whose development is supported by the Israel Space Agency in the Science and Technology Ministry, is unique in that it will function without direct human contact but instead will be controlled by researchers from earth. Read the full article by Judy Siegel-Itzkovich in the Jerusalem Post Here

2017-11-17T13:57:36+00:00November 17th, 2017|Africa, Israel, Life sciences, Medical, Pharmaceuticals, R&D, South Africa|0 Comments