The Space Research Company

The Space Research Company

The Space Research Company is a company that looks to create spacecraft systems, automation systems, and human and machine integration performance platforms

The Space Research Company is a company that looks to create spacecraft systems, automation systems, and human and machine integration performance platforms.

The company was founded in 2017 by a Colorado University, PhD graduate in bioastronautics. They look to promote research and innovation in space via their small satellite biological research platform. They are interested in running experiments in space to plan, create, and launch their experiments. The Space Research Company facilitates collaboration with space agencies to steamline processes.

Developing life support systems to keep humans alive in space is a focus for the company. They look to integrate technologies and innovations found across a variety of disciplines including physics and biology. With the current level of activity in space, the Space Research Company recognizes that astronaut crews have limited amounts of time and heavy workloads, and has determined automation integrated with human work is where space will trend towards.

Keeping track of human and astronaut health in terms of physical, cognitive, and psychological health is important to the company. Identifying health deviations helps to identify possible diseases, trauma, or changes in behavior and well-being is important for safety and mission assurance.

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People

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Role
LinkedIn

Christine Fanchiang

Founder

Daniel Zacek

Advisor

Further reading

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Date

The Space Research Company

Web

The Space Research Company

Web

December 19, 2017

The Space Research Company

Web

Documentaries, videos and podcasts

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The Space Research Company

Companies

Company
CEO
Location
Products/Services

The Space Research Company

Christine Fanchiang

Boulder, Colorado, United States

Bio research in space

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