Replay of the Space for Inspiration event that took place 14–15 September at the London Science Museum as a celebration of the diversity and pervasiveness of space in technology, industry and culture.
The International Space Station allows academics, researchers, and scientists to conduct experiments that would not be possible on Earth. This discussion reveals recent breakthroughs in areas such as engineering, clean and sustainable energy, human health and wellbeing, and food production – to show how discoveries made in space can help solve some of mankind’s most important challenges.
The International Space Station exists to drive humanity forwards—both in our exploration of the wider universe, and in the quality of our life here on Earth. It is open for business, so join us to discover how the next chapter in the story could be written by you.
This session includes talks by Mariana Mazzucato, Professorat the Science Policy Research Unit of the University of Sussex; Pierre Magnes, Firmus France; Rob Suters, IPStar BV; Roy O'Mahony, CleanGrow Ltd; Øyvind Mejdell Jakobsen, CIRiS; and Frank Zimmermann, ESA Technology Transfer Broker for Germany.
The award ceremony was hosted by Jean Claude Worms, Maria van der Hoeven and David Parker.