What if we send microorganisms to space?
Our space mission was birthed from a question sparked in our hearts: Is there any way to perform large-scale biology-centered research on outer space, while being outside of the International Space Station (ISS)? And if so, can this be achieved in a low-cost, scalable and easily reproducible way, in order to tackle complex topics, such as the prolonged effects space conditions have on humans?
It turns out that, while more than 565 humans have been sent into space, we only possess systemic (at a physiological level) knowledge, instead of a more analytical view, at a cellular or even molecular level.
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Payload EngineerValia Pappa
January 14, 2021
Position Overview: The Science Unit is responsible for designing and implementing the on-board experiment, studying how the radiation and microgravity conditions prevalent in the Low... read more
Embedded Software Engineer – On Board ComputerSpaceDot
Embedded Software Engineer – On Board Computer
February 21, 2023
Subsystem Summary: The On-Board Computer or On-Board Data Handling subsystem is responsible for designing and implementing the hardware and software for microcontrollers that control all... read more
Social Media – MarketingSpaceDot
Social Media – Marketing
February 20, 2023
Position Overview: The Marketing team works in the shadows to support the team creatively, socially, and financially. Behind each social media outreach post, one will... read more
We aim to make space more inclusive and approachable
We design a low-cost, scalable and easily reusable laboratory platform