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“The bright sun greets the International Space Station”. Photograph of the Russian section of the International Space Station taken on November 22nd 2009 by one of the crew members of the space shuttle Atlantis during the STS-129 mission to the orbital outpost. The white circle highlights the EXPOSE-R facility of the European Space Agency ESA that was attached to the Russian module Zvezda of the ISS from March 11, 2009 to January 21, 2011 (Credit NASA, image S129-E-007592; picture modifi ed and adapted by Kerstin Kopp, DLR).

Results from the EXPOSE-R Mission

Adapted from the Introduction to the EXPOSE-R Mission Special Issue in the International Journal of Astrobiology by Dr Gerda Horneck and Corinna Panitz.
The EXPOSE-R mission has been the second of a series of open space exposure missions performed by the European Space Agency (ESA) on board of the International Space Station (ISS) within its European Life and Physical Science (ELIPS) programme. Read more


Advances in proteomics for animal and food sciences

David Eckersall 12 January 2015

Proteomic analysis has developed rapidly over the last decade but applications of this technology in animal science have been notably absent, which is surprising considering that the main objective of livestock farming is the production of edible protein whether from poultry, beef, swine, dairy products or aquaculture.

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BJHS Themes – subject of inaugural issue is announced

Jon Agar 28 January 2015

I’m delighted to be able to announce that the subject of the inaugural issue of the new open access, edited-collection journal of the BSHS, called BJHS Themes…,  will be:
 ”Intersections: Science and Technology in Twentieth Century