On May 11, 2023. We co-organized a webinar, along with Space Applications Services NV/SA (ICE Cubes Service) and Japan Manned Space Systems Corporation (JAMSS), presenting the work of Dr. Anne Wilson, Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Butler University, about the use of publicly available data to perform a meta-analysis on crystals grown in microgravity.
During this webinar attendees heard about the experience of Space Applications Services NV/SA and Japan Manned Space Systems Corporation (JAMSS) in supporting different private and public institutions to conduct research on board the International Space Station, and the new opportunities for growing crystals in space.
Welcoming words and “Growing crystals in microgravity” highlights by: Dr. Hilde Stenuit, ICE Cubes Business Development, Space Applications Services NV/SA
Keynote: Utilizing Publicly Available Data to Perform a Meta-Analysis of Crystals Grown in Microgravity by: Dr. Anne Wilson, Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Butler University Hannah Wright, Research Assistant
Kirara Crystallization Service Case Studies, Overview by: Dr. Naohiro Sato, Space Business Dept., JAMSS
Q&A Session moderated by: Cynthia Bouthot, CEO and Founder, Space Commerce Matters
About the keynote Speaker:
Dr. Anne Wilson, Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Butler University Dr. Wilson is a chemistry professor at Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana. For twenty-seven years, she has worked with exclusively undergraduate researchers. After a recent sabbatical with CASIS, she has been performing analyses of research data from the ISS and other NASA programs. In addition to her microgravity work, Dr. Wilson’s students engage in analysis of flavors and fragrances in food products, the synthesis of small molecules, and the synthesis of historic dyes.
By SCM Team