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Does space flight accelerate muscle ageing?
Professor Steve Harridge (Director of the Centre of Human and Applied Physiological Sciences (CHAPS) at King's College London)
Steve's research interests are in human skeletal muscle function and plasticity, particularly with regard to ageing. He will talk about how space travel can affect muscle and how this may, or may not, reflect an accelerated ageing process.
Student experiments on the International Space Station
Dr Julie Keeble (Senior Lecturer in Pharmacology, Centre for Human & Applied Physiological Sciences at King's College London and Chief Scientist at ISSET)
Julie prepares student experiments for launch to the International Space Station, taking a winning idea to an experiment that is workable within the microgravity environment of Space. Since 2014, Julie has overseen the launch of 22 experiments to the ISS, with several more in the pipeline.