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Landmark NASA Twins Study Reveals Space Travel’s Effects on the Human Body

Posted in biotech/medical, space travel

End analysis: No long term or irreversible damage due to long term space exposure.

Here’s what happens on long-duration space missions.

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  1. I will contact you suddenly.
    Please forgive impoliteness.
    I am a northern part of Kyoto. It is engaged in the product development of SpiderSilk in Kyotango City.
    I have served as the representative of ISANAGO LLC.
    I appealed to install the facilities for research of SpiderSilk by the transgenics of silkworm origin by which Professor Masao Nakagaki is studied.
    The plan was recognized by the Japanese government.

    The investigation bailment to Shinshu University will be ended in March in the Heisei 29 fiscal year.
    A subject is in research and development of SpiderSilk.

    Professor Nakagaki’s investigation level has reached the level which also exceeds this enterprise.
    If Professor Nakagaki’s investigation stops as it is, it is not an overstatement although it becomes national loss.
    We thought that SpiderSilk could be used for an artificial muscle.
    Conductivity can be given to SpiderSilk.

    I replaced with metal motors and think it possible to consider it as competition 2 articular muscle.
    I think that the artificial muscle of medical use can also be developed, of course.
    We desire continuation of Mr. Nakagaki’s investigation, and enhancement.

    We are studying the effectiveness for the radiation shield of silk.
    We experimented in the radiation shield function of various raw materials.
    We got effective data.
    We are sure that it can use for habitation in long space.

    Therefore, isn’t the financial or human support to the basic experiment to commercial production, demutualization, etc. got?
    I ask it, though very ill-bred..

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