Don’t miss this virtual conference focused on opportunities to advance research and development (R&D) and commercial pursuits in low Earth orbit. This week, August 3-5, you can join hundreds of other professionals who need to stay current on topics such as:
- Space policy
- Space-based R&D in the areas of regenerative medicine, in-space production applications, advanced materials, and more
- Investment in the evolving low Earth orbit economy
- Inspiring the next generation through space-based research and programs
All content is free to those registered—but you must register to gain access. All sessions will be recorded and made available through the Attendees Hub, the new online stop for everything connected to the International Space Station Research and Development Conference (ISSRDC). Once registered, you’ll be able to attend every session during the conference. No need to choose—you’ll get it all.
Here’s your chance to learn the latest about the accelerated testing of technologies and materials in the extreme conditions of space.
ISSRDC 2021 will include sessions with luminary scientific figures such as:
- Bill Nelson, NASA administrator
- Francis Collins, Director of the National Institutes of Health
- Kate Rubins, NASA astronaut
- Serena Auñón-Chancellor, NASA astronaut
- Ellen Stofan, Under Secretary for the Smithsonian Institute
- Joel Montalbano, ISS Program Manager, NASA
- Thomas Zurbuchen, Associate Administrator for the Science Mission Directorate, NASA
- Emily Calandrelli, Emmy-nominated science television personality
- Dozens of space station researchers, hardware and facility partners, and more
To view the full agenda and to register, visit www.issconference.org.