Purpose of the Experiments
With long term space exploration, and off-world living within grasp, brain.space has set itself the goal to become the standard for monitoring neurowellness in space.
The Necessity for Neurowellness in Space
While there is data collection being carried out for various physiological measurements, such as heart rate, galvanic skin resistance, and muscle mass, there is currently no high-quality longitudinal data regarding the neural changes in prolonged space missions.
Such information can be vital in assessing day-to-day plastic changes in the brain and predicting how the brain will adapt to long-term space travel.