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Technology Demonstration Resources: Conferences and Meetings

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Technology Demonstration Resources: Conferences and Meetings

Upcoming Meetings

International Space Station (ISS) Research and Development Conference: Gain A New Perspective, July 7-9, Boston, Massachusetts 

Save the date for the 2015 ISS R&D Conference- your connection to the latest innovations, breakthroughs and discoveries onboard the International Space Station that will bring together the leading minds in scientific research from the commercial and academic communities. The 4th annual conference focuses on new discoveries in microgravity research, life sciences, materials development and remote sensing.   Click the image above or go to http://www.issconference.org for more information.

Past Meetings

3rd Annual International Space Station (ISS) Research and Development Conference: Discoveries, Applications and Opportunities, June 17-19, 2014, Chicago, Illinois.     
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2nd Annual International Space Station (ISS) Research and Development Conference: Discoveries, Applications and Opportunities, July 16-18, 2013, Denver, Colo.
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› Link to AAS
› Link to CASIS

1st Annual International Space Station (ISS) Research and Development Conference: Results and Opportunities -- The Decade of Utilization, June 26-28, 2012, Denver, Colo.
› Link to Conference Information and Presentations
› Link to AAS
› Link to CASIS

Customer Service Helpline

The International Space Station Research Integration Office has both a phone and an email customer service helpline that Payload Developers and others interested in doing research can contact to get assistance. The phone is staffed during regular business hours, or messages may be issued after hours, and a representative will return the call on the next business day. Phone: 281-244-6187, email: jsc-iss-research-helpline@mail.nasa.gov.

If you have questions regarding NASA badging, security, or remote computer online access (e.g., to NASA internal websites, ISS Payloads documentation, etc.), please download and read this Access Processes for Payload Developers document. For further info or assistance with these issues, please contact Ms. Ryan Prouty at: 281-244-7433.

Page Last Updated: February 13th, 2015
Page Editor: Kristine Rainey