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How Bodies React to Space: A Closer Look at Gender Differences

How does being in space affect muscles and bones? And how do men and women respond differently? Margot Issertine, along with her supervisor Dr. Marie...

Exporting Humanity. Challenges and opportunities for human expansion into outer space

The second article of the editorial on Space Law curated by Veronica Moronese. An analysis on space colonization, human responsibility, and the legal framework...

Who is the Space Psychologist?

An interview with the lecturer of our Space Psychology course, Dr. Pedro Marques Quinteiro, Organizational Psychologist and Associate Professor at Lusofona University, Lisbon, Portugal....

5 reasons you should study Space Biotechnology

The democratization of space for the first time allows ordinary citizens easier access to space research thanks to several private companies making it possible...

5 reasons you should study Space Architecture

1- The Earth will become uninhabitable “New altitude data triples estimates of global vulnerability to rising sea levels and coastal floods”. This is confirmed by...

Who owns the stars?

For those wondering what space law is and who want to delve into a field as intricate as fascinating, here is the first article...

Hive Mars: A project of a human settlement on Mars

The Italian project is developed by Team ArchiMars, students at PoliBa What is the starting point for the realization of a human settlement on Mars? Before...

What’s the future of Space Food? A talk with Interstellar Lab

If you wonder about the future of space food, then you should ask Interstellar Lab. We spoke with Jim Rhoné, Chief Product Officer of...

“Is SAGA just a Space Architecture Studio?”: meeting the “Circadian Light Panel” designers’ vision.

When Sebastian Aristotelis co-founded SAGA with Karl-Johan Sørensen, their thoughts on the role of Architecture in Space were clear. They continued on the path...

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