Space Chemistry Symposium

The Space Chemistry Symposium is the premier scientific event dedicated to advancing collaboration around chemistry in space

The international Space Chemistry Symposium is the No.1 scientific event dedicated to bringing together people from academia, industry and space agencies to share the latest advancements and results within the lead topic of performing chemistry in space. The Symposium series, initiated in 2017 by the Flow Chemistry Society and co-organized by InnoStudio, are regularly held as part of the National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society, which is one of the most significant scientific events for sharing and discovering the newest achievements in chemistry research.

The space industry has progressed significantly in recent years in recognizing that performing chemistry in space has become increasingly essential. This fact is represented well in the Symposium programmes through the increasing diversity of topics and cumulative number of participating countries. The key research areas include:

  • Pharmaceutical production in space
  • Flow chemical reactors & syntheses for space applications
  • Chemical instruments & analytics for microgravity environment
  • CO2 capturing and transformation for applications on Mars
  • In-space manufacturing of diverse materials and chemicals

If you are interested in being an author at the next Space Chemistry Symposium, get in touch with us!

You can explore the programme of previous symposiums by clicking on the links below:

Upcoming Events

Hungarian Space Research Forum 2021

Hungarian Space Research Forum 2021

Organized by the Hungarian Astronautical Society, the Centre for Energy Research and the Institute of Earth Physics and Space Science at the Eötvös Loránd Research Network, the Hungarian Space Research Forum will be held as a hybrid event between September 29 –...

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Hungarian Space Research Forum 2021

Hungarian Space Research Forum 2021

Organized by the Hungarian Astronautical Society, the Centre for Energy Research and the Institute of Earth Physics and Space Science at the Eötvös Loránd Research Network, the Hungarian Space Research Forum will be held as a hybrid event between September 29 –...

InnoStudio at the EFMC International Symposium on Medicinal Chemistry

InnoStudio at the EFMC International Symposium on Medicinal Chemistry

The XXVI. EFMC International Symposium on Medicinal Chemistry will be held as a virtual event between August 29 – September 2, 2021. InnoStudio will contribute to the programme from the space chemistry point of view, by presenting its poster ”Novel method to improve...

Talk by Ferenc Darvas at ESA’s In-Orbit Economy Workshop

Talk by Ferenc Darvas at ESA’s In-Orbit Economy Workshop

InnoStudio was honored to be invited to the roundtable discussion at ESA’s In-Orbit Economy workshop on July 20, 2021. President & CEO Dr. Ferenc Darvas talked about how to bridge the gap between zero gravity innovation and commercial solutions by chemistry. You...

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