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BiG C.R.O.P.®: Biological slurry treatment
The C.R.O.P.® (Combined Regenerative Organic food Production) process enables liquid farm manure such as cattle slurry and fermentation products from biogas plants to be processed into a fertilizer solution that is directly available to plants.
MALICoT Study: Muscle study on the connective tissue of the musculature
The aim of our MALICoT study is to improve the knowledge about the connective tissue of the muscles. The connective tissue is important for our daily activities. However, it is widely unknown how the muscle´s connective tissue is accomplishing this. Therefore, we compare the muscle structure of athletes and of people who do not do regular sports training. The results of this study will be compared to the results of astronauts.
Mountaineers wanted for MyoCardioGen study -
Myocardial regeneration through hypoxia in humans
Cardiovascular diseases are the most common cause of death in highly developed industrial countries. A current research priority, known as regenerative medicine, is therefore intensively investigating whether and how it might be possible to induce heart muscle cells to divide (regenerate) in order to replace diseased tissue with new healthy tissue.
MARE - The MATROSHKA AstroRad Radiation Experiment
In its complexity and in its international cooperation with numerous universities and research institutions in Austria, Belgium, Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Greece, Switzerland, Japan and the USA, MARE represents the largest experiment ever to determine the radiation exposure of astronauts beyond low Earth orbit. It provides basic data for estimating the radiation risk for future manned flights to the Moon.
TaFMAC: A 10-year study to assess fitness, training and health in master athletes
The aim of the study with master athletes is to document the benefits and risks of competitive sport beyond the age of 35. Recommendations for action for health benefits can be derived on the basis of the data thus obtained.
MAFS-Study: Research on aging athletes at the World Master Athletics Championships in Malaga
At the World Masters Athletics Championships in Malaga from 4-16 September 2018, the DLR Institute of Aerospace Medicine and the University of Malaga are conducting a field study with athletes on site. We want to collect data during the competition that are of interest for medical researchers as well as for the athletes. The focus this year is on age-related changes in skeletal muscle connective tissue, blood vessels, heart function, resting metabolism and psychological condition.
Eu:CROPIS - Tomato cultivation by satellite
Astronauts must be supplied with breathing air, water and food in space. Closed life support systems are needed to "recycle" these vital resources and thus make them available for long-term use over several years. The DLR mission Eu:CROPIS (Euglena Combined Regenerative Organic Food Production in Space) tests the long-term stability of combined biological life support systems for missions to the Moon or Mars.
(Collaborative Operations in Control Rooms)
Simulation-Based Investigations on Collaborative Monitoring and Decision-Making in Control Centers
17 January 2019
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