Genes in Space 2015 Winner Launches miniPCR to Space (video)minipcr
In 2015, 17-year-old Anna-Sophia Boguraev from Bedford, New York, won the inaugural Genes in Space competition. Boguraev’s experiment arrived at the International Space Station April 10, 2016, following an April 8 launch from Kennedy Space Center. Check out the video for more on Anna-Sophia’s story and the role of miniPCR, the first PCR cycler in space.
To learn more about the Genes in Space competition organized by miniPCR and our partners: http://www.genesinspace.org/