Slovenian students researching viability of dental treatment in space

Ljubljana, 4 September - A European Space Agency-picked research programme looking to make dental treatment viable during multi-year missions into space has been keeping students at several faculties in Slovenia busy since the start of this year. The project, known as SpaceDent, will peak in the coming months with testing in simulated microgravity.

The SpaceDent team, which is exploring whether dental treatment during space missions is viable.
Photo: Ljubljana University archive.

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