INDUSTRIAVICENTINA.IT: with “Suture in Space”, ASAcampus lands on the ISS

26 May 2022 - Research -
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The project in which ASAcampus is involved and which will take place on the International Space Station is called “Suture in Space” and it is aimed at studying the healing process of surgical wounds in space.

The experiment, that will take place during the Minerva mission, in which the Italian astronaut of the European Space Agency, Samantha Cristoforetti, is taking part, has been put under the microscope by the Confindustria Vicenza magazine “Industriavicentina.it”.

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