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Concept and design of algae photobioreactor for EMCShttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/Progress-photobioreactor.aspxConcept and design of algae photobioreactor for EMCSResearchers at University of Stuttgart have completed an algae photobioreactor concept and design for future algae research in Space.
Emerging Technologies: CleanGrow sensorshttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/Emerging-technologies-2017-Shortlist.aspxEmerging Technologies: CleanGrow sensorsThe auto calibrating, auto sampling CleanGrow ion-sensor has been shortlisted in Royal Society of Chemistry’s Emerging Technologies Competition 2017.
TIME SCALE student events on space exploration and life sciencehttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/Student-events-2017.aspxTIME SCALE student events on space exploration and life science<p>TIME SCALE aims at inspiring next generation space explorers. Students at several universities were invited to inspirational and social space-events in February and March 2017, in cooperation with ESA Education Office.</p>
A step closer automated monitoring of nutrient levelshttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/Progress-ion-sensor.aspxA step closer automated monitoring of nutrient levelsCleanGrow has developed a prototype of an auto calibrating and auto sampling ion-sensor for monitoring individual components in nutrient solutions for plant cultivation.
TIME SCALE student competitionhttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/Student-competition.aspxTIME SCALE student competitionDo you want to take your research project to microgravity? To feel like an astronaut in weightlessness? Join the TIME SCALE student competition; write an outline of a Fly Your Thesis! application, and receive help from the TIME SCALE consortium to complete your full application for a parabolic flight.<br>
Take your student project to zero gravity!http://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/FlyYourThesis.aspxTake your student project to zero gravity!TIME SCALE encourages students to participate in space research. ESA's Fly Your Thesis! program offers students a possibility to take their science project to microgravity conditions.<br>
Water and Nutrient Delivery Systemhttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/WUR-water-and-nutrient-system.aspxWater and Nutrient Delivery SystemIn TIME SCALE, researchers from Wageningen University & Research develop a Water and Nutrient Delivery System to provide required nutrients to plants in a future hydroponic system designed for space.
Algae photobioreactor concepthttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/USTUTT-algae-photobioreactor.aspxAlgae photobioreactor conceptResearchers at University of Stuttgart are working on algae cultivation concepts for future applications in regenerative life support systems.
Plant Cultivation Chamber and technical coordinationhttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/PROTO-technical-coordination-PCC.aspxPlant Cultivation Chamber and technical coordinationPrototech is the technical coordinator of the TIME SCALE project and develops a Plant Cultivation Chamber for ground-testing of improved EMCS hardware.
Volatile gas sensinghttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/IS-volatile-sensing.aspxVolatile gas sensingStressed plants emit volatile organic compounds – gases that can be detected by advanced analytical methods such as mass spectrometry and gas chromatography. In TIME SCALE, Interscience is developing technology and methods for a future plant health monitoring systems.
Modular Test Bedhttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/DTM-modular-test-bed.aspxModular Test BedFor ground-testing of improved plant cultivation modules, the TIME SCALE project includes design and development of a Modular Test Bed by DTM Technologies.
Automatic ion-sensorhttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/CGRO-ion-sensor.aspxAutomatic ion-sensorIn the TIME SCALE project, CleanGrow is developing an auto calibrating and auto sampling ion-sensor for continuous measurement of individual components in nutrient solutions for plant cultivation.
Plant Health Monitoring systemhttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/UGENT-plant-health-monitoring.aspxPlant Health Monitoring systemGhent University develops remote sensing technology in order to monitor plant health status. The technology and know-how harbor large potential for exploitation in terrestrial precision agriculture and horticulture, and also open novel avenues for life support systems in space.
TIME SCALE general posterhttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Scientific/TIME-SCALE-general-poster.aspxTIME SCALE general posterGeneral poster presentation of the TIME SCALE project, March 2016<em></em>
Science advisory boardhttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/SAB-review-meeting-1.aspxScience advisory boardThe international experts of the TIME SCALE Scientific Advisory Board deliver feedback on the project progress and achievements.<br>
Kick-off meetinghttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/Kick-off-meeting.aspxKick-off meetingThe TIME SCALE kick-off meeting was held in Trondheim, Norway, in February 2015.

 

 

Concept and design of algae photobioreactor for EMCShttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/Progress-photobioreactor.aspxConcept and design of algae photobioreactor for EMCSResearchers at University of Stuttgart have completed an algae photobioreactor concept and design for future algae research in Space.
Emerging Technologies: CleanGrow sensorshttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/Emerging-technologies-2017-Shortlist.aspxEmerging Technologies: CleanGrow sensorsThe auto calibrating, auto sampling CleanGrow ion-sensor has been shortlisted in Royal Society of Chemistry’s Emerging Technologies Competition 2017.
TIME SCALE student events on space exploration and life sciencehttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/Student-events-2017.aspxTIME SCALE student events on space exploration and life science<p>TIME SCALE aims at inspiring next generation space explorers. Students at several universities were invited to inspirational and social space-events in February and March 2017, in cooperation with ESA Education Office.</p>
A step closer automated monitoring of nutrient levelshttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/Progress-ion-sensor.aspxA step closer automated monitoring of nutrient levelsCleanGrow has developed a prototype of an auto calibrating and auto sampling ion-sensor for monitoring individual components in nutrient solutions for plant cultivation.
TIME SCALE student competitionhttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/Student-competition.aspxTIME SCALE student competitionDo you want to take your research project to microgravity? To feel like an astronaut in weightlessness? Join the TIME SCALE student competition; write an outline of a Fly Your Thesis! application, and receive help from the TIME SCALE consortium to complete your full application for a parabolic flight.<br>
Take your student project to zero gravity!http://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/FlyYourThesis.aspxTake your student project to zero gravity!TIME SCALE encourages students to participate in space research. ESA's Fly Your Thesis! program offers students a possibility to take their science project to microgravity conditions.<br>
Water and Nutrient Delivery Systemhttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/WUR-water-and-nutrient-system.aspxWater and Nutrient Delivery SystemIn TIME SCALE, researchers from Wageningen University & Research develop a Water and Nutrient Delivery System to provide required nutrients to plants in a future hydroponic system designed for space.
Algae photobioreactor concepthttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/USTUTT-algae-photobioreactor.aspxAlgae photobioreactor conceptResearchers at University of Stuttgart are working on algae cultivation concepts for future applications in regenerative life support systems.
Plant Cultivation Chamber and technical coordinationhttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/PROTO-technical-coordination-PCC.aspxPlant Cultivation Chamber and technical coordinationPrototech is the technical coordinator of the TIME SCALE project and develops a Plant Cultivation Chamber for ground-testing of improved EMCS hardware.
Volatile gas sensinghttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/IS-volatile-sensing.aspxVolatile gas sensingStressed plants emit volatile organic compounds – gases that can be detected by advanced analytical methods such as mass spectrometry and gas chromatography. In TIME SCALE, Interscience is developing technology and methods for a future plant health monitoring systems.
Modular Test Bedhttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/DTM-modular-test-bed.aspxModular Test BedFor ground-testing of improved plant cultivation modules, the TIME SCALE project includes design and development of a Modular Test Bed by DTM Technologies.
Automatic ion-sensorhttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/CGRO-ion-sensor.aspxAutomatic ion-sensorIn the TIME SCALE project, CleanGrow is developing an auto calibrating and auto sampling ion-sensor for continuous measurement of individual components in nutrient solutions for plant cultivation.
Plant Health Monitoring systemhttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/UGENT-plant-health-monitoring.aspxPlant Health Monitoring systemGhent University develops remote sensing technology in order to monitor plant health status. The technology and know-how harbor large potential for exploitation in terrestrial precision agriculture and horticulture, and also open novel avenues for life support systems in space.
TIME SCALE general posterhttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Scientific/TIME-SCALE-general-poster.aspxTIME SCALE general posterGeneral poster presentation of the TIME SCALE project, March 2016<em></em>
Science advisory boardhttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/SAB-review-meeting-1.aspxScience advisory boardThe international experts of the TIME SCALE Scientific Advisory Board deliver feedback on the project progress and achievements.<br>
Kick-off meetinghttp://timescale.eu/Pages/Articles/Kick-off-meeting.aspxKick-off meetingThe TIME SCALE kick-off meeting was held in Trondheim, Norway, in February 2015.