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In space, there is no such thing as waiting for the dust to settle. Rather than drifting to the ground, dust particles float about continuously and can irritate eyes and lungs.
By recording how much nitrogen oxide he exhales in space as part of the Airway Monitoring experiment, ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst is helping researchers understand how to monitor, diagnose and treat lung conditions like asthma here on Earth.
The findings of this monitoring will also be crucial to exploring the Moon and even Mars – where dust is considered even more toxic and must be carefully managed for astronauts’ health.
The Airways Monitoring experiment has been underway since 2015. Later in the Horizons mission Alexander will repeat the experiment in the reduced pressure of the airlock.
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Why we still believe in stupid ideas.
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The first ever Spin Your Thesis! Human Edition campaign took place in DLR’s Short Arm Human Centrifuge facility in Cologne. Three teams comprised of 16 students from seven different universities participated in this new ESA Education’s hands-on programme for graduate students.
The team from King’s College London in the UK called Spin Kings were interested in investigating intervertebral distances before, during and after exposure to artificial gravity in the centrifuge.
The Spin Drs team, a collaboration between University of Graz and Simon Fraser University in Canada, investigated the role of calf muscle activity in regulation of blood pressure and distribution and looked at how artificial gravity as provided by the centrifuge affects the vestibular system.
The Music For Space team from Hungarian and French universities used scientific methods to find the perfect tailored music for astronauts which should help psychophysiologically during long spaceflights, thus merging science and art to help reduce stress.
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Antimicrobial resistance is a growing global issue that medical specialists fear will kill more people than cancer by 2050, which is why the Parliament is urging the Commission and member states to implement greater prevention measures.
3D printing, the resistance of infections to drugs and copyright for artists are on the agenda in Brussels this week.
If you have a bad back, you have something in common with the average astronaut. We investigate medical research in space and what it means for us on the ground in this episode of Space.
Astronauts have an out of this world job. They see sunrise and sunset 16 times a day, and over the weeks and months in orbit their bodies change inside and out. They lose muscle mass and bone mass, and many aspects of their health are affected.
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Parliament considers reforms to the gas market and examines the rise of vaccine hesitancy in the EU. MEPs also look at protecting the rights of victims of terrorism.
MEPs approved the shrinking of the House from 751 to 705 MEPs after Brexit, set a date for potential new members to join the EU, and voted on issues ranging from geo-blocking to female genital mutilation, to daylight savings time.
A resolution of the European Parliament calls for zero tolerance for female genital mutilation, affecting 140 million women worldwide and an estimated 500,000 women in the EU alone.