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Rick Beberman, CEO of Sira Medical, runs a demo of his company's VR/AR surgery planning tool, which he says can save up to 20% of operating room time and provide additional revenue opportunities.
Drew Glaser, postdoctoral fellow at the University of California, Davis, talks about her research using microfluidics technology to simulate conditions that occur in space.
Altwork Founder and CEO Che Voigt demonstrates workstation technology that adapts to any position, benefiting those with spinal or muscular issues.
Author Emily Peters discusses how her book "Procedure: Women Remaking Medicine" is involved in the conversations about space and creating a better healthcare system in the future.
Danielle Carroll, postdoctoral scholar and orthopaedic surgeon at UCSF, discusses how space health can learn from global health.
Zelia Worman, support scientist at the Translational Research Institute for Space Health (TRISH), discusses how the science community continues to evaluate risks of space travel.
Lisa Suennen, chair of the strategic advisory board of the Translational Research Institute for Space Health (TRISH), talks about ways for startups to apply for grants to help accelerate product development.
Susanna Rosi, professor of physical therapy at UCSF, discusses how data from her research on animals can help assess cognitive health risks of deep space travel.
Dr. Dan Lowenstein, executive vice chancellor and provost at UCSF, discusses how focusing on the health of humans leaving the planet pushes our current capabilities.
Dorit Donoviel, director of the Translational Research Institute for Space Health (TRISH), discusses how new innovations originally designed for space have found their way into our homes.