The first ever Spin Your Thesis! Human Edition campaign took place in DLR’s Short Arm Human Centrifuge facility in Cologne, Germany. Three teams comprised of 16 students from seven different universities participated in this new ESA Education’s hands-on programme for graduate students.
The Music For Space team from Hungarian and French universities used scientific methods to find the perfect tailored music for astronauts which should help physiologically and phsychologically during long spaceflights, thus merging science and art to help reduce stress.
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