Some of the projects we support are out of this world! Our staff are supporting the University of North Dakota by providing world class laboratory space near the Kennedy Space Center to enable 3-D printing and testing of NASA’s astronaut suits. Check out this video on why this these new suits are important to NASA’s mission and the safety of their astronauts.
We provide operations, facility, and IT support, and health and safety oversight for the Space Life Sciences Laboratory, a joint effort between State of Florida and NASA for payloads bound to the International Space Station.
This facility is a full-service, multi-tenant research laboratory supporting Earth and Space Life Science technology and product development. It’s located in Exploration Park on federal property directly outside the security perimeter of NASA’s Kennedy Space Center.
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Managing a Highly Viewed YouTube Channel
For more than 20 years we have supported the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), which is part of the U.S. National Library of Medicine. Our staff manage the NCBI section of the National Library of Medicine YouTube channel, which has over 73,000 subscribers. One video tutorial our staff developed was to help users understand…
Large-Scale Decontamination Proves Successful
In the spring of 2022, we worked with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Coast Guard on a project called Analysis for Coastal Operational Resiliency-Wide Area Demonstration (WAD) which tests large scale decontamination following the release of surrogate bioagents. The team conducted a WAD at a military base in Virginia to test decontamination…
Praise for Spatial Modeling Work
Congratulations to our staff who helped support the Gulf of Mexico wind spatial modeling work! Through our contract with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science, this team is helping to lay the groundwork for the new Wind Energy Spatial Modeling Program as offshore wind continues to gain momentum.…