DMI and NASA, one step closer to launching rHEALTH-based space medicine.

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Since last fall’s triumph at the Nokia Sensing XChallenge the DNA Medicine Institute has continued its work with NASA.  Under a procurement for utilization of the International Space Station, DMI will develop its rHEALTH X technology for astronaut crew member use.  The rHEALTH X technology is particularly well-suited for long-duration space travel and will allow crew members to monitor their own health in an autonomous manner.  The Cambridge based company has been selected for a Phase II follow-on contract in an effort to further develop the technology bringing it one step closer to space.


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