Slide MISSION WISE

Slide 04 Mission WISE will run from 2019 to 2022
SECONDPRO (H1 2022)
will study the space environment's effect on yeasts and bacteria, focusing on metabolites, including resveratrol, with the aim of changing their antioxidant property to prevent neurodegenerative and cardiovascular diseases such as cancer.
The first privately lead comprehensive research program on the ISS, Mission WISE, focusing on the future of agriculture for a changing Earth (H2 2021)
will examine changes in fermentation kinetics, bacteria and yeasts in order to generate strains with new genomic properties, including better resistance to stress and pathogens, for the agri-food industry.


FERMENT COMMUBIOS (November 2019)
will analyze the impact of radiation and microgravity on wine components such as polyphenols, crystals, and colloids during the aging process, in order to develop new flavors, nutritional, and digestive properties for the food industry. Visit Nasa Website
COMMUBIOS WILL BE LAUNCHED ON NORTHROP GRUMMAN - ANTARES / CYGNUS FROM WALLOPS ISLAND, VIRGINIA, USA, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THALES ALENIA SPACE & NANORACKS
ALPHA (December 2020)
will assess the scientific protocols for the WISE program by studying changes in microorganisms subjected to artificial stressors (salt, humidity, and temperature), and the constraints related to microgravity and solar radiation during a suborbital flight.
ALPHA WILL BE LAUNCHED ON BLUE ORIGIN - NEW SHEPARD / NEW GLENN
flight (BLUE ORIGIN) FROM VAN HORN, TEXAS, USA

CANES (March 2020)
will specifically investigate plant reactions to microgravity to explore new defense strategies, particularly to endemic diseases, such as mildew.
CANES WILL BE LAUNCHED ON DRAGON / FALCON 9 CRS-20 flight (SPACEX) FROM CAPE CANAVERAL, FLORIDA, USA, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH CNES & ESA


WYBSTUDY (H1 2021)
will focus on the effects of microgravity on bacteria and yeasts, investigating the possibility of generating new secondary metabolites for the health and agri-food sectors.

Slide 04 Mission WISE will run from 2019 to 2022
SECONDPRO (H1 2022)
will study the space environment's effect on yeasts and bacteria, focusing on metabolites, including resveratrol, with the aim of changing their antioxidant property to prevent neurodegenerative and cardiovascular diseases such as cancer.
The first privately lead comprehensive research program on the ISS, Mission WISE, focusing on the future of agriculture for a changing Earth (H2 2021)
will examine changes in fermentation kinetics, bacteria and yeasts in order to generate strains with new genomic properties, including better resistance to stress and pathogens, for the agri-food industry.


FERMENT COMMUBIOS (November 2019)
will analyze the impact of radiation and microgravity on wine components such as polyphenols, crystals, and colloids during the aging process, in order to develop new flavors, nutritional, and digestive properties for the food industry. Visit Nasa Website
COMMUBIOS WILL BE LAUNCHED ON NORTHROP GRUMMAN - ANTARES / CYGNUS FROM WALLOPS ISLAND, VIRGINIA, USA, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THALES ALENIA SPACE & NANORACKS
ALPHA (December 2020)
will assess the scientific protocols for the WISE program by studying changes in microorganisms subjected to artificial stressors (salt, humidity, and temperature), and the constraints related to microgravity and solar radiation during a suborbital flight.
ALPHA WILL BE LAUNCHED ON BLUE ORIGIN - NEW SHEPARD / NEW GLENN
flight (BLUE ORIGIN) FROM VAN HORN, TEXAS, USA

CANES (March 2020)
will specifically investigate plant reactions to microgravity to explore new defense strategies, particularly to endemic diseases, such as mildew.
CANES WILL BE LAUNCHED ON DRAGON / FALCON 9 CRS-20 flight (SPACEX) FROM CAPE CANAVERAL, FLORIDA, USA, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH CNES & ESA


WYBSTUDY (H1 2021)
will focus on the effects of microgravity on bacteria and yeasts, investigating the possibility of generating new secondary metabolites for the health and agri-food sectors.