The aerospace engineering department at Tohoku University has two space exploration labs focused on microsatellites and robotics. The robotics team has been developing climbing robots, swarm robots as well as testing the terramechanic properties ideal for lunar and deep space exploration.

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The International Space University ISU in collaboration with the Colorado School of Mines CSM and the Luxembourg Space Agency LSA are launching a professional course about space resources. Taking place on 7 and 8 October 2019 at the Chamber of Commerce in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg.

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International Space University (ISU) Master of Space Studies (MSS19) student Katie Harris reports on her internship at the Laboratory for Neuroimaging and Integrative Physiology - the Neural Systems group (NSG) at the Massachusetts General Hospital, organised and supervised by ISU alumnus Vladimir Ivkovic.

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ISU is now accepting applications for Chairs, Teaching Associates, Staff, as well as Activity Proposals from ISU Faculty, ISU community, and other interested space professionals for its 2020 SSP in Shenzhen University, in China from 22 June – 21 August 2020.

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Catherine Trautmann has been a strong proponent to locate ISU in Strasbourg, in her – then – function of mayor of the city. She has also been very active in other fields, in particular in the field of transport and management of the Port activities.

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This 11th May 2019, ISU MSS19 student Eoin Tuohy took the initiative to lead a group of people to walk from the darkness of night into the light of morning to help in the global fight against suicide and self-harm.

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In the framework of the New Space Entrepreneurship elective, the International Space University ISU Master of Space Studies MSS19 elective participants were received in the local incubator, SEMIA. Stéphane Chauffriat, director of SEMIA, introduced the operations of the incubator.

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When Florida Institute of Technology was founded in 1958 (known in those early years as Brevard Engineering College), its goal was to bring higher education in engineering and science to the growing legion of space technicians employed at Cape Canaveral a few miles away.

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This past March, Auckland, New Zealand experienced the Chipping In conference. It is an international workshop which addressed the current progress of gram-scale spacecraft for their commercial and scientific use in deep space.

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The International Space University ISU's Space Studies Program (SSP) will be hosted in Shenzhen University in 2020, following its upcoming edition in Strasbourg, France. Between 6-10 May 2019, SSP20 Director Goktug Karacalioglu and SSP20 Senior Academic Advisor Prof. Gongling Sun visited Shenzhen, China.

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