Michigan Space Station opens with a fleet of new Explor Space Microgravity Devices called the BioGravity™ Platform
Developed by Dr. Joshua Chou in connection with the University Technology Sydney, this bio-engineering marvel enters service in the United States and North America to compete with NASA Johnson Space Center bioreactors including the High Aspect Ratio Vessel (HARV), the Rotating Wall Perfusion Vessel (RWPV), the Slow Turning Lateral Vessel (STLV) and the Random Positioning Machine (RPM)..
RENT PURCHASE OR COMMISSION THE BIOGRAVITY MICROGRAVITY EXPERIMENT PLATFORM
RENT A COMMERCIAL-GRADE BIOGRAVITY™ PLATFORM FOR YOUR CLASSROOM OR LAB — FOR ABOUT $1100 MONTH.
PURCHASE A BIOGRAVITY™ PLATFORM with a $10,000 discount for academia or non-profit.
COMMISSION A BIOGRAVITY™ EXPERIMENT WITH CLINICAL OR END-TO-END VERIFICATION FROM $15,000 USD Conducted at the MichiganSpaceStation.com integrated with the Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine Innovation Center.
BIOGRAVITY™ PLATFORM fits inside most standard incubators. 96 Well Plate or 250mL BioReactor Platform is standard. Platform rated to 400 grams. Larger capacity designs available including our MERLIN pre-flight microgravity platform. Radiation tested. Rated to over 3,000 hours continuous use. Calibrated g performance to 10-3. Software included. Free shipping within 48 hours. Overnight replacement guarantee. Machined in Japan. Assembled and landed in USA. No tariff, import duties or VAT taxes. 1 Protein Fold Experiment Included. Training included. The BioGravity ™ Platform is the exclusive licensee in North America for sales and service of the Explor Space Simulated Microgravity RPM by biomedical engineer Dr. Joshua Chou at University Technology Sydney. Bulk discount on 10 or more serial-linked platforms. Rental, purchase or commission credit for simulated microgravity experiments applied toward later experiment flight on the International Space Station (ISS) when booked through BioGravityLLC flight partners and integration specialists.