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         Space Life Science Activities:     more books (23)
  1. Medical Operations and Life Sciences Activities on Space Station (NASA TM 58248) October 1982 by Philip; Mason, John Johnson, 1982
  2. Teachers and Students Investigating Plants in Space: A Teacher's Guide with Activities for Life Sciences (EG-1997-02-113-HQ) by NASA, 1997
  3. The Science Teacher's Activity-A-Day, Grades 5-10: Over 180 Reproducible Pages of Quick, Fun Projects that Illustrate Basic Concepts (JB-Ed: 5 Minute FUNdamentals) by Pam Walker, Elaine Wood, 2010-10-05
  4. Suited for spacewalking teacher's guide with activities for physical and life sciences (SuDoc NAS 1.19/4:101) by Gregory Vogt, 1994
  5. Suited for Spacewalking: Teacher's Guide with Activities for Physical and Life Science by Gregory L. Vogt, 1994
  6. Russian Spacesuits (Springer Praxis Books / Space Exploration) by Isaac Abramov, Ingemar Skoog, 2003-08-27
  7. Microgravity: A Teacher's Guide with Activities in Science, Mathematics, and Technology, Grades 5-12 by NASA, 1995
  8. Solar Activity and Earth's Climate (Springer Praxis Books / Environmental Sciences) by Rasmus E. Benestad, 2006-03-16
  9. Draw Science Fiction: Mutant Aliens, Far-Out Spaceships, and Other Outer Space Wonders (v. 2) by Theron Smith, 2000-08
  10. Planetary Volcanism: Study of Volcanic Activity in the Solar System (The Ellis Horwood library of space science and space technology) by Peter Cattermole, 1989-12-20
  11. Space exploration.: An article from: Arts & Activities by Henrietta O. Ladson, 2005-12-01
  12. The Science Detectives/Book and Video (Life in the Universe Series) by Seti Institute, 1996-06
  13. The Big Book of Mobiles: Space by Harris Nicholas, 1997-05

1. Buecher Medizin
O. Angerer, D. Schmitt, M. Heppener From MAPs to MARS European space life science activities and their benefits for life on Earth
E. Kochueva, N. Kochuev (Hrsg.)
2. Europäischer Kongress
Fortschritt der Raumfahrtmedizin für die gesundheitliche und industrielle Praxis
Berlin, 27.-29. März 2003
2003, 272 Seiten,
ISBN 3-89967-084-1,
Preis: 25,- Euro A.I. Grigoriev:
Die Weltraummedizin: neue Herausforderungen und Aufgaben New challenges and objectives for space medicine G. Ruyters, H.-U. Hoffmann: Developed for human space flight – applied in humans on Earth – Achievements of the German Space Life Sciences Program O. Angerer, D. Schmitt, M. Heppener: From MAPs to MARS: European space life science activities and their benefits for life on Earth M. Heppener, D. Schmitt: ELIPS and Aurora programmes – space exploration technologies for the citizen's health M.V. Sinelschikov, M.S. Belakovsky, E.V. Kochueva, B.S. Buravkov: Entwicklung und Tätigkeitsrichtungen des internationalen Zentrums für Spin-Off der medizinischen Weltraumtechnologien Foundation of the International Center for Space Medicine Technologies Spin-off and directions of activity M. Lindlar, A. Thömmes, B. Koch, T. Weber, D. Poddig, M. Meier, M. Schuber, R. Gerzer:

2. Technical Forum Concept Paper
Plenary of the Forum should take note of the conclusion and the recommendations of the Life Science workshop of how to guide Space Life Science activities
(Information as of 8 June 1999)
High-level Academic Panel at the UNISPACE III Conference
Organizer: Office for Outer Space Affairs, United Nations Office at Vienna Theme: Space benefits for humanity in the Twenty-First Century Participants: Mr. Vittorio Canuto (moderator)
Ms. Margaret E. Burbidge
Mr. Yash Pal
Mr. Ben Finney
Mr. Haltor Arp Schedule: Monday 19 July, 1999, 15:00 - 17:00
Space Agencies and Industry Heads Panel on the Theme of the Conference
Organizer: The United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (OOSA) Scope: The global political and economic changes and technological advancement of the last decade have significantly improved the space industry's commercial opportunities. The industry is continuing its evolution from a government-driven, project-defined industry to one in which Governments play a lesser role and market forces predominantly dictate growth. In this context, the panelists will discuss the ways to establish and encourage greater interaction between Governments and industry which allows both industrialized and developing countries to better benefit from a process of the commercialization of space activities through strengthening economies, new market developments, cost reduction, job creation, educational opportunities and a higher standard of living.

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