The next industrial revolution on Earth
will happen in Space
The new challenges facing the planet require new innovations for the good of humanity.
REV1, YOUR FLYING FACTORY
The next Industrial Revolution will be rooted in Space.
REV1 was created to meet the practical needs of industrial
players and researchers wishing to take advantage of the space environment to find solutions to problems here on Earth.
REV1 has been designed by a team with more than 20 years’ experience in research and production in the space environment within a company that has successfully carried outa variety of complex missions on board the most efficient spacecraft, including SpaceX, Blue Origin and the ISS.
Exposing plants to space microgravity forces them to adapt to stresses they would never experience on Earth. The internal reorganization that this induces in individual plants represents natural adaptation, which could give rise to new varieties that are more resistant to conventional stresses on Earth.
Research currently in progress has shown the benefits of such an approach, and analyses are continuing to see how the process can be industrialized.
3D printing of organ tissue or even complete organs is optimized in microgravity. Similarly, microencapsulation is facilitated, with the possibilities this offers for developing the therapeutic solutions of the future.
Such innovative processes are very difficult to set up on Earth and space microgravity can thus beused to demonstrate their benefits, opening the way to still further medical progress for the good of everyone on Earth.
Drug discovery requires the study of proteins in their crystallized form, something that is difficult to achieve on Earth. Protein crystallization in space microgravity can thus lead to advances in pharmaceutical research.
The scientific community expects to learn a lot from the analysis of monoclonal antibodies, whichwere first studied in Space. This research could lead to significant changes in the treatment of cancers and autoimmune diseases.
Space Cargo Unlimited
Spaceship Charters for the future of Earth
Space Cargo Unlimited is a European startup founded in 2014 by highly regarded private investors and space enthusiast entrepreneurs. Fostered by the New Space dynamic, the technological advances and falling operational costs of next-generation pressurized space vehicles, Space Cargo Unlimited is dedicated to leveraging the potential of space-microgravity research for commercial applications on space-microgravity research for commercial applications on Earth.
What we do
Space Cargo Unlimited charters pressurized spaceships with return capacity.
It empowers research and manufacturing missions in Low Earth Orbit, unleashing the impact of the space environment to forge a variety of high-impact products for Earth, from life sciences to new materials. Working in collaboration with the science team from its biotech subsidiary, Space Biology Unlimited, on November 2nd 2019, Space Cargo Unlimited launched the first privately-lead comprehensive research program on the ISS: Mission WISE, with a particular focus on the future of agriculture for a changing Earth.
Space Biology Unlimited
The first Space Biotech.
Space Biology Unlimited is a French biotech company, subsidiary of space Cargo Unlimited, aiming to approach life science research in Space with disruptive methodologies. Headquartered in Bordeaux, France, space Biology Unlimited is comprised of a team of 15 people, bringing together multidisciplinary scientists and technical expertise. The team operates from the University of Bordeaux, France and the Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany.
The first privately lead comprehensive research program on the ISS, Mission WISE, focusing on the future of agriculture for a changing Earth
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.
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COMMUBIOS WILL BE LAUNCHED ON NORTHROP GRUMMAN - ANTARES / CYGNUS FROM WALLOPS ISLAND, VIRGINIA, USA, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THALES ALENIA SPACE & NANORACKS
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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Space Cargo Unlimited brings back scientific payloads of canes and wine from the International Space Station with SpaceX CRS-21 Dragon Craft.
Bordeaux, January 11th, 2021 Media Alert – for Immediate Release Download Press kit here Mission WISE is the first comprehensive, privately led
Space Cargo Unlimited debuts the third space experiment of Mission WISE in partnership with CNES and ESA.
320 vine canes will remain 6 months on the ISS to explore the future of vine, wine and agriculture on Earth. After
Space Cargo Unlimited completes second in-space agriculture experiment designed to change life on Earth After sending red wine to the International Space