Q&A: Organs on a Chip Head to the International Space Station
Q&A: Organs on a Chip Head to the International Space Station
Lucie Low, a project leader for Tissue Chips in Space, describes the experiments that are slated to blast off later this week.
Q&A: Organs on a Chip Head to the International Space Station
Q&A: Organs on a Chip Head to the International Space Station

Lucie Low, a project leader for Tissue Chips in Space, describes the experiments that are slated to blast off later this week.

Lucie Low, a project leader for Tissue Chips in Space, describes the experiments that are slated to blast off later this week.

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