npj Microgravity Press Release

Nature Publishing Group and the Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University are delighted to announce the launch of npj Microgravity, a new open access journal. The journal is specifically dedicated to publishing research that enables space exploration and research that is enabled by spaceflight. It will also publish research utilizing ground-based models of spaceflight. Read the full press release here.

April 2016
Menstruation in spaceflight: Options for astronauts – EurekAlert

The astronaut's guide to getting your period in space – CNET

New study explores the options for astronauts who want to prevent menstrual bleeding during their space missions –

Periods in space: What's the best way for astronauts to deal with menstruation? – International Business Times UK

Periods in Space Are Not That Different, Though a Bit More Complicated – NY Times

Menstruation Suppression In Outer Space: This Is How NASA Astronauts Handle Their Period – Medical Daily

Women Astronauts: To Menstruate or Not to Menstruate – The Atlantic

What Happens When You Get Your Period in Space? – Motherboard

Do you get your period in space? Why microgravity menstruation matters –

Why Do We Care About Periods In Space? – Popular Science

Menstruation lost in space – 6 minutes

Scientists look at options for managing menstruation in space – CTV News

Doctors look into the best ways to deal with periods in space – Engadget

What happens when a woman gets her period in space? – Washington Post

Could IMPLANTS stop female astronauts having periods in space? Experts are studying ways to help women deal with menstruation in zero gravity – Daily Mail

Quick question: what happens when female astronauts get their period in space? – Cosmopolitan UK

Mar 2016
Scott Kelly and Beyond: How rodents are being utilized by NASA and the ISS – Speaking of Research

Sep 2015
Living in Space Saps Your Immune System – Popular Mechanics

Living In Space Takes Toll On Immune System – Tech Times

May 2015
New Journal Tackles the Science of Weightlessness –

Some skin off their noses  The Economist

Mice in space develop thin skin – BBC News

Astro-Mouse Study Suggests Spaceflight Could Be Bad for Your Skin – NBC News

Space Travel Linked to Skin and Hair Issues, Mice Show – Discovery

Mice develop thinner skin after just three months in space – The Verge

Mission to Mars could make astronauts' skin thinner – The Telegraph

How space travel messes with mouse skin – Science

Study on Mice Suggests Life in Space Bad For Skin, Hair –

Space travel damages skin but makes hair grow FASTER: 'Astromice' study discovers the lesser-known impacts on astronauts The Daily Mail

For Astro Mice, Skin Ages Faster in Space  – Yahoo News

Thin-skinned Space Mice – TheScientist

Astromice: ISS mice have thinner skin after three months in space – International Business Times

Mice in space grow thinner skin and more hair, but how safe is micro-g for humans? – ZME Science

Mice in space develop thinner skin – UPI