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Creating devices designed for various space life science experiments and broadening our service offerings.

We are creating experimental equipment that enables the execution of plant experiments, cell cultures, protein crystallization, and three-dimensional cultures, aiming to cater to the wide-ranging demands of life science experiments conducted in space.

Challenges in the Utilization of Space Environments

  • Decommissioning the ISS will reduce opportunities for conducting experiments and research within space environments.
  • Organizing and conducting space experiments is time-consuming due to the necessity for intricate safety reviews and a multitude of applications.
  • The ISS's limited capacity and staffing result in fewer opportunities for conducting space experiments.

Plant Science Experiment

AMAZ is adept at executing small-scale plant science experiments involving moss and yeast in various gravitational conditions, including microgravity, partial gravity (1/6G or 1/3G), and normal gravity (1G). This capability allows for the concurrent execution of experiments in these distinct gravitational scenarios, yielding essential data on the gravitropic responses of plants in diverse gravity environments.

Cell Culture Experiment

AMAZ Alpha specializes in cell culture under microgravity and can conduct simultaneous experiments inμG, Partial-G, and 1G gravity environments.

Plant Cultivation Experiment

TAMAKI specializes in plant science experiments; this setup can conduct simultaneous experiments in microgravity, partial gravity, and 1G environments, focusing on leafy greens and root vegetables like tomatoes and lettuce under microgravity conditions.

Incubators

Protein Crystallization

Experimental equipment for environmental control under microgravity conditions.

AMAZ Omega

Three-Dimensional Culture Space Organogenesis Experiment

AMAZ Omega specializes in conducting space organogenesis experiments under microgravity conditions, using simultaneous experiments in μG, partial-G, and 1G environments.