Opportunity for students to design DNA experiments that address challenges in space exploration

Students in grades 7 through 12 are asked to solve a real-world challenges in space exploration

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Genes in Space invites students in grades 7 through 12 to design DNA experiments that address challenges in space exploration.

  • Propose a Polymerase Chain Reaction experiment in space
  • Utilize the International Space Station as a testbed for deep space exploration

US competition deadline April 21, 2017

See https://www.genesinspace.org/ for more details

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Marie-Elizabeth Barabas

Managing Editor, Springer Nature

I'm an interdisciplinary neuroscientist with a research background in peripheral sensory/pain research, retinal development, and stem cell research. As the Managing Editor of npj Microgravity, my role is to assist the editorial process, implement editorial policies, and promote the journal, its articles, and the community. I also attend conferences and meetings to develop a relationship with our readers, authors, and editors. If you see me at a conference, feel free to introduce yourself.

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