ASBX 2021 – The Australian Space Biology x Health Summit

ASBX 2021 – the 3rd Australian Space Biology x Health Summit, will be held from 16-19 November, 2021. 

It will be free, presented virtually, and registrants will have access to both the pre-recorded presentations by a stellar local and international line-up of speakers, and the daily live panel discussion sessions. For those in other time zones, you will be able to listen to the presentations on YouTube at a time that suits you.

STEAM COMPETITION: ABSX2021 is running a STEAM program for students (of all ages) and young researchers, including three themed competitions, and some scholarships on offer from MMAARS – Mars-Moon Astronautics Academy and Research Sciences. Visit the ASBX Competitions page via the attached QR code below.

REGISTER via the  ASBX 2021 website (or the attached QR code). The most recent newsletter is here. You can subscribe to newsletters and view the archive via links on the top left of the page.

SPONSORS, small or large, are welcome to support the Christmas ‘space toys’ drive for sick children in hospital and STEAM education initiatives. For more information visit the Sponsors page.

SPEAKER INVITATION: The good news is that since ASBX2021 is virtual with pre-recorded presentations, we are still accepting speakers until the end of the month. Videos will need to be submitted by November 1st so we have time to process them all and upload them to YouTube. This is the speaker invitation (or use the attached QR code) and the speaker Google Form. We are also asking people kindly to send in a suitable headshot and a short bio (150 words max), and use this introductory slide (as personalised) for their talks.

Please regard this as your personal invitation to register and attend this year’s exciting event.

We look forward to seeing you at the Summit!
(In the image below, you can find QR codes linking to the ASBX 2021 website, our STEAM competitions, the most recent newsletter, and the formal speaker invitation, which contains a link to the speaker ‘expression of interest’ Google Form.)

Published by the ad astra vita project

The ad astra vita project aims to promote global space biology and health networking, including an annual free and accessible international conference, provide a resources portal related to medicine in austere and extreme environments, and offer a space health consultancy. It is a philanthropic not-for-profit initiative.

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