NSRC Abstract Deadline Extended to Jan. 14

Conference Update

We have received a large number of abstracts for Next-generation Suborbital Researchers Conference 2020, now surpassing the totals from the last NSRC conference! So due to this unexpectedly high demand, we will extend the Abstract Deadline to Tue Jan 14 at 6 pm MST to make sure anyone who wants to submit an abstract has a chance to do so! So please help spread this news to your friends and colleagues today!

Abstracts for the 7th NSRC can be submitted for contributed talks or posters. Topics include planetary science, atmospheric science, microgravity sciences (fundamental biology and physics), commercial applications, education, public outreach, life sciences, suborbital and commercial markets and policy, plans for human-tended experiments, and REM flight crew training, among others. The full list of session topics can be found here:  https://www.boulder.swri.edu/NSRC2020/Site5/Abstracts.html (click on “Scientific Session” on the Abstract Submission Form).

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NSRC Abstract Deadline is Friday

The Abstract Deadline is on Friday, Jan. 10th at 6 pm MST, for the 7th Next-generation Suborbital Researchers Conference (NSRC).

Abstracts can be submitted for contributed talks or posters. Topics include planetary science, atmospheric science, microgravity sciences (fundamental biology and physics), commercial applications, education, public outreach, life sciences, suborbital and commercial markets and policy, plans for human-tended experiments, and REM flight crew training, among others. The full list of session topics can be found here:  https://www.boulder.swri.edu/NSRC2020/Site5/Abstracts.html

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NSRC 2020 Abstract Deadline in Two Weeks

The Abstract Deadline is in two weeks, on Friday, January 10, for the 7th Next-generation Suborbital Researchers Conference (NSRC).

It will be held at the beautiful Omni Interlocken Hotel and Resort in Broomfield, Colorado, on March 2-4, with an opening reception Sunday, March 1, at 7:30pm.

Abstracts can be submitted for contributed talks or posters. Topics include planetary science, atmospheric science, microgravity sciences (fundamental biology and physics), commercial applications, education, public outreach, life sciences, suborbital and commercial markets and policy, plans for human-tended experiments, and REM flight crew training, among others. The full list of session topics can be found here:

https://www.boulder.swri.edu/NSRC2020/Site5/Abstracts.html

Earlybird Registration is open, so register before Jan 24 to get the discount: 

https://www.boulder.swri.edu/NSRC2020/Site5/Registration.html

There is a discounted room block at the conference hotel for meeting participants. (For those who want to come ski, our room block rate is available for conference participants from Feb 26-March 8!) Reserve your room here: https://www.boulder.swri.edu/NSRC2020/Site5/Venue.html (Free cancellation before 72 hrs of arrival.)

For complete information and to sign up on the Indication of Interest form, visit: http://nsrc.swri.org

NSRC is hosted by Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) and the Commercial Spaceflight Federation’s Suborbital Applications Researchers Group (CSF/SARG)/