Corriere Fiorentino: ASAcampus also in the “Suture in Space” experiment

20 May 2022 - Research -
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ASAcampus will be actively taking part in the “Suture in Space” experiment, promoted by the University of Florence, aimed at studying how to heal wounds in space.

The result of a 7-year research project directed by Monica Monici of ASAcampus, “Suture in Space” will take place on the International Space Station as part of the Minerva Mission. This was reported in a scientific article published in “Corriere Fiorentino”.

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