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Association for General and Applied Microbiology (VAAM): First Topical Team Meeting “Space Microbiology”


On October 20th, 2017, the first VAAM (Association for General and Applied Microbiology) topical team “Space Microbiology” meeting will be held in Cologne at DLR. Every participant (from student to pr...
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Related Topics: Exobiology Aerospace Medicine

Stress and Strain in Cabin Crews


In co-operation with the Deutsche Lufthhansa AG (and supported by the Federal Ministry of Transportation and the Academy of Flight Medicine), the work stress and strain on 44 members of the cabin crew...
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Related Topics: Aerospace Medicine

Stress and Fatigue in the 2-Man Cockpit


The development of new models of aicraft for extremely long nonstop flights and the redesigning of the cockpit due to the employment of modern technologies ("glass cockpit") as well as the simultaneou...
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Related Topics: Aerospace Medicine

flexiGuide


The DLR project flexiGuide aims at the creation and introduction of more individual and flexible approach procedures to reduce environment impacts.
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Related Topics: Geophysics Aerospace Medicine Acoustics

Tredici Award for Dr. Claudia Stern, DLR-Institute of Aerospace Medicine


Dr. Claudia Stern, Head of the DLR-Flight Medicine Clinic, received the “Thomas J. and Margaret D. Tredici Award” of the Aerospace Medical Association. The prize is presented for the most significant ...
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Related Topics: Aerospace Medicine Aircraft Communications and Navigation

Bedrest-Study ‘SpaceCOT’: Head down tilt for 28 hours


At :envihab, a DLR (German Aeorpace Center) research facility, the Institute of Aerospace Medicine together with the US NSBRI (National Space Biomedical Research Institute) conduct a bedrest study. He...
http://www.dlr.de/envihab/en/desktopdefault.aspx/tabid-7391/12433_read-43063/
Related Topics: Aerospace Medicine

Bedrest-Study ‘SpaceCOT’: Head down tilt for 28 hours


At :envihab, a DLR (German Aeorpace Center) research facility, the Institute of Aerospace Medicine together with the US NSBRI (National Space Biomedical Research Institute) conduct a bedrest study. He...
http://www.dlr.de/me/en/desktopdefault.aspx/tabid-1752/2384_read-43061/
Related Topics: Aerospace Medicine
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