GREENVILLE, Ind. (July 16, 2019) – We’re grateful to be selected to provide the Techshot Multi-use Variable-gravity Platform (MVP), and integration services, for this terrific space research campaign scheduled to launch to the International Space Station on Sunday, July 21 aboard SpaceX mission CRS-18. Our NASA Ames Research Center NASA Space Biology customers have been […]
GREENVILLE, Ind., June 3, 2019 — Two high-tech companies have teamed up to develop the first 3D printer capable of manufacturing human tissue in the microgravity condition of space. Techshot Inc., a commercial developer and operator of spaceflight equipment; and nScrypt, a manufacturer of the world’s most advanced industrial 3D bioprinters and electronics printers, developed the 3D BioFabrication Facility (BFF). The BFF will use adult human cells (such as stem or pluripotent cells) and adult tissue-derived proteins as its bioink to create viable tissue. A small bio-ink startup, Bioficial Organs, also was consulted on the project. It will launch to the International Space Station in July aboard the SpaceX CRS-18 cargo mission from Florida’s Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.
Techshot Research Equipment Launching Aboard SpaceX Mission CRS-17 — Specially Developed Experiment Modules Contain MIT Tissue Chips — GREENVILLE, Ind. (April 26, 2019) – An uncrewed SpaceX cargo resupply spacecraft scheduled to launch to the International Space Station May 1 will contain experiment modules specially-developed by Techshot Inc., for a Massachusetts Institute of Technology tissue […]
Cargo Spacecraft Adding Techshot Equipment to International Space Station — 2019 Expected to be Most Active Year for the Company’s Operations in Space — GREENVILLE, Ind. (April 15, 2019) – With this week’s launch of the Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems uncrewed Cygnus cargo spacecraft on resupply mission NG-11 to the International Space Station, Techshot Inc., […]