Secure World Foundation, SETI Institute and the International Space Station (ISS) U.S. National Laboratory are co-hosting a two-event series on the socioeconomic benefits of conducting research and development onboard the ISS. The series will highlight important work being done on the ISS that benefits global efforts such as the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals. This first event will take place in the San Francisco Bay Area, with a second event to be hosted in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Kaplan at Pheronym is honored to be invited to talk about how utilizing the ISS has been instrumental to Pheronym’s mission in contributing towards agriculture on earth and feeding the world.
Come and talk to us on Wed, January 29, 2020, at 1:00 PM – 3:30 PM PST, at SETI institute.
Address: 189 North Bernardo Avenue, #suite 200, Mountain View, CA 94043
AstroNematode returned to earth on Tuesday, Jan 7, 2020.
We received AstroNematode on Friday morning Jan 11, 2020.
Next……….. Stay tuned for a big surprise!
The capsule, which launched from Florida’s Space Coast, will splash down next week in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Long Beach, California.
Pheronym uses pheromones to control microscopic roundworms for agricultural purposes. What do you think about the research happening on the International Space Station? Keep reading
Due to a forecast of bad weather in the splashdown zone, the return of the SpaceX Dragon cargo ship is delayed until Tuesday, Jan. 7. The release of Dragon from Canadarm2 is scheduled for 5:03 a.m. EST. NASA TV coverage will begin at 4:45 a.m. Splashdown is scheduled for 10:47 a.m. The splashdown will not air on NASA TV. Keep Reading
To support the AstroNematode project I got my Biocontrol in Space T-shirt.
Dr. Kaplan is wearing her AstroNematode Biocontrol in Space shirt.
You can get your own AstroNematode Women’s Favorite T at the AstroNematode Shop. Don’t want a t-shirt? You can also get hoodies!