Last month, we had the amazing opportunity to collaborate with We The Curious (Bristol's visitor centre for science, art, questions and ideas) for a public engagement event. From 20th-27th August 2018, we took over the Live Lab at We The Curious where thousands of visitors engaged with our activities on display. Our aim was to get the … Continue reading Live Lab takeover at We The Curious
Today we're putting the spotlight on our ELGRA mentor, Juan Nunez. Juan gained his MEng AeroSpace & Aeronautical Engineering from the University of Seville, and his PhD Biomedicine from the University of Southampton. He has had 3 years in the aerospace industry, and is an Honorary Research Associate at King's College London. His PhD research … Continue reading Meet our mentor
Sorry we have been absent from the blog for so long, we have been working hard to write a paper and optimise our experiments ready for campaign week in September! Our project aims to understand how hypergravity affects the development of joints, bones, muscles, cartilage and the immune system in zebrafish, as well as to … Continue reading August update: progress and a paper!
From the 30th January - 2nd February, we were fortunate enough to take part in ESA Academy's Gravity-Related Experiments Training Workshop at ESEC in Redu, Belgium. We had the opportunity to meet the teams from the ESA programmes Spin Your Thesis!, Drop Your Thesis! and Fly Your Thesis! 2018. The workshop had a busy schedule; … Continue reading Gravity-Related Experiments Training Workshop 2018