How would you leverage different space environments to further study biological and physical systems? The Decadal Survey offers a unique opportunity for the scientific community at large to contribute ideas that could help shape the direction of NASA research and funding. The National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine is expected to announce the official call for whitepapers in 2020. Learn more: https://go.nasa.gov/2UbjGTO.
A Once-in-a-Decade Opportunity: Biological & Physical Sciences Decadal Survey
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NASA Biological & Physical Sciences | Science Mission Directorate
NASA’s Division of Biological and Physical Sciences (BPS) uses the spaceflight environment to study phenomena in ways that cannot be done on Earth. BPS research is focused on two priorities: quantum science and space biology investigations that enable us to Thrive In DEep Space (TIDES).
This journal aims to provide a thorough understanding of the scientific impact and future of spaceflight research.
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Human System Risk Management and Knowledge Graphs for Human Spaceflight
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