Gravitational biology and space medicine

in Project HOPE3 months ago


A return to the Moon, Mars expeditions, and the rise of space tourism will lead to an increasing number of human spaceflights. This Collection will focus on the challenges to astronauts’ health during long-term space missions, physiological changes caused by microgravity, available countermeasures and possible applications on Earth. Submissions investigating the impact of microgravity at the cellular level and on higher plants or microorganisms are also welcome.

Submissions will be welcomed at any point up until the end of March 2019. For information regarding Scientific Reports' policies on Guest Edited Collections please read this page.

To submit your manuscript for consideration at Scientific Reports as part of this Collection, please follow the steps highlighted on this page. When filling out the manuscript information on our online submission system, select the "Gravitational biology and space medicine" Collection from the alphabetical list on the “Springer Nature Subject Category” tab. Authors should express their interest in the Collection in their cover letter.

And if you have got exciting work in the field of microgravity and microgravity analogue research, you should also consider npj Microgravity — the world’s leading multidisciplinary journal dedicated to the field.

About the Guest Editor
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Daniela Grimm is a specialist in internal medicine and clinical pharmacology. She is Associate Professor of pharmacology and space medicine at Aarhus University, Denmark, as well as Guest Professor of gravitational biology and translational regenerative medicine at Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, Germany. Her research group investigates the impact of altered gravity conditions on human cells, with major topics being cancer research, pharmacology, tissue engineering, and translational regenerative medicine. Daniela Grimm has been serving as Editorial Board Member for Scientific Reports since 2016

Soft sensors and actuators
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Innovative programmable motion and compliant sensing have been achieved due to rapid advances in soft functional materials. This Collection will provide a platform for interdisciplinary studies of soft sensors and actuators, including their application in smart textiles, haptic electronics, biomedical devices and soft robotics.

Submissions will be welcomed at any point up until the end of March 2019. For information regarding Scientific Reports' policies on Guest Edited Collections please read this page.

To submit your manuscript for consideration at Scientific Reports as part of a Collection, please follow the steps highlighted on this page. When filling out the manuscript information on our online submission system, select the "Soft sensors and actuators" Collection from the alphabetical list on the “Springer Nature Subject Category” tab. Authors should express their interest in the Collection in their cover letter.Thank you all dear group member.
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