We are pleased to announce the Call for Abstracts for the 30th annual meeting of the American Society for Gravitational and Space Research (ASGSR) and the 28th Symposium on Gravity-Related Phenomena in Space Exploration. The meeting will take place October 22-26, 2014 in the Westin, Pasadena in Pasadena, California U.S.A.Read more: 2014 Call for Abstracts Announcement
ASGSR CO-SPONSRED EVENT
On April 15-16, 2014, NASA Headquarters and NASA Marshall Spaceflight Center will sponsor a materialsLAB Workshop at the Hilton Crystal City in Arlington, Virginia. The two-day event is free to those who register. The workshop will bring together scientists and engineers from academia,industry,and other government agencies to assist NASA in identifying key engineering drivers and research priorities for development of the next generation of materials science experiments for the International Space Station.
Click here to go to the registration page for the MaterialsLab workshop or read on.Read more: NASA MaterialsLab Workshop
ASGSR is delighted to announce that the webcast portions of the November 2013 joint meeting between ASGSR and ISPS are now available for viewing
The archived webcasts include the opening plenary session, several symposiums and workshops. To view the webcasts, click here.
Welcome to the home page of the American Society for Gravitational and Space Research (ASGSR). ASGSR was formerly known as the American Society for Gravitational and Space Biology (ASGSB). As of June 2012, the ASGSB began its transformation to ASGSR as a result of historical membership vote to expand the charter to include basic and applied physical sciences. The heritage of the society was founded in 1984 to foster research, education and professional development in the multidisciplinary ﬁelds of gravitational research. ASGSR brings together a diverse group of scientists and engineers to encourage an exchange of ideas bridging basic and applied biological and physical science research and technology in space and gravitational sciences. The members represent academia, government, and industry interests bonded by a common issue - how living organisms and physical systems respond to gravity.