Microgravity Science & Applications

In partnership with Teledyne-Brown Engineering (TBE), the companies were awarded a five year contract beginning in 2017 for providing science support and hardware development services on the International Space Station from the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS). 

NCP has an active interest in improving macromolecular crystal growth systems with an emphasis on neutron diffraction applications

  • Scientists interested in microgravity crystal growth, please contact us for future flight experiment opportunities