University of Florida Research Proposal Selected by NASA to Support Moon, Mars Exploration (Parabolic Arc)

University of Florida Research Proposal Selected by NASA to Support Moon, Mars Exploration

NASA has awarded 15 grants for new space biology research designed to help the agency achieve its goals under the Artemis lunar exploration program. Teams of investigators will use state-of-the-art genetic and other biological techniques to explore how life adapts and changes during spaceflight, and the results could help support human exploration of the Moon, and ultimately, Mars.

Dr. Robert Ferl, Ph.D., distinguished professor and director at UF Space Plants Lab, is one of the 15 awardees for Plant Biology Studies with the proposal The role of Ca2+ signaling during the early events of plant adaptation to spaceflight.

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