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UBC scientist is sending yeast and algae to space on Artemis 1. See Post






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UBC scientist’s ‘mutant yeast’ from space could help future astronauts, cancer patients. See Post






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How a Canadian scientist is using yeast to help protect future astronauts from cosmic radiation. See Post






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Dr. Corey Nislow on sending yeast and algae to space. See Post






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NASA shot yeast into space. The science could help protect astronauts, researchers say. See Post






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B.C. researcher unveils space yeast that could enable deep-space travel. See Post






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Cell biologist Corey Nislow shows a sample of chlamydomonas reinhardtii algae recently returned from a 25-day trip in space to the moon and back. See Post





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Personalized Medicine Tech is Coming to Canada (w/ Dr. Corey Nislow, University of British Columbia). See Post






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Living Organ Donation: Would you do it? (w/ Corey Nislow, UBC Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences). See Post









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