Alpha Space to Speak at the ISS R&D Conference 2016

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Alpha Space will be in attendance at the 2016 International Space Station R&D Conference, taking place on July 12 – 14, 2016, in San Diego, CA. Go to the ISS R&D Conference and learn how microgravity can serve as Your Catalyst for Discovery. During this interactive and intensive three-day conference, hear from leaders within the academic, commercial and government communities who are all leveraging the International Space Station and pushing their research to new heights. Alpha Space is slated to speak at the conference. As a proud Marketplace Sponsor, Alpha Space will also be exhibiting. Stop by the booth to see how Alpha Space can take your testing to new heights!

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