2020 Scientific Publications from Studies on the ISS

The International Space Station’s Program Research Office recognized over 300 scientific publications in 2020. Among these pioneering studies are microbial tracking, a fifth state of matter, properties of protein clusters involved in neurodegeneration, and the effect of thunderstorms on Earth’s atmosphere. Scientists also studied small-scale drug delivery to treat osteoporosis or prevent bone degeneration during spaceflight. The publications are based on twenty years of continuous research aboard the ISS, with experimentation to continue on for years to come.

What studies are you most excited about? What events in aerospace are you looking forward to this year? Click the links below to review NASA’s Annual Highlights of Results from the ISS for 2020 to learn more!

What We Learned This Year from Space Station Science

Space Station Research Results Citations Resources

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