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"We think cell communication might be tied to gravity-sensing and we are
exploring unexpected changes in human skeletal muscle cell communication
when the force of gravity is not pulling on astronauts."

Prof. Dieter Blottner

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Greetings from ISS

Alexander Gerst wearing the Double-Sensor for "Circadian Rhythms"-Experiment

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Charité Experiment on ISS - "Circadian Rhythm"

News about our current research - click above for video

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International Congress for Medicine in Space 2014

Successfully took place September 16th-19th in Berlin

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Seminar Extreme Environments

Seminars "Extreme Environments" - click above for program (PDF)

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From Space to Earth

Studies to simulate life in space on earth

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From Earth to Space

Technologies and applications to serve men and women in space

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Exercise in Extreme Environments

Investigating the physiological impact of the Yukon Arctic Ultramarathon

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Chile Alma Observatory Study

Investigating the physiological reactions to hypobaric conditions

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Cognitive Function in Space

Investigating neuro-cognitive function under simulated conditions of space

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Thermolab

Investigating the changes in thermoragulation under real microgravity aboard ISS

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Mars 500

500 days of a simulated journey to the Red Planet

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Nathan Zuntz - pioneer in altitude physiology

His life and work by Prof. Dr. Hanns-Christian Gunga

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Center for Space Medicine at the Charité-CCO in Berlin

Where we are based