Space Technology CRO

Chemistry related R&D is no longer a privilege on Earth.

Besides other emerging and popular space research topics based on physics or biology, chemistry is finally welcome and considered as an essential tool for future space research and exploration.

Unique conditions in space allow unique and novel chemistries to be performed.

Our company, together with our sister corporations, own decades of experience in advancing chemistry towards novel concepts, equipments and applications. Our company group owns more than 130 patents. Innovation has always been in our focus.

InnoStudio has been the first company worldwide to study novel chemical formulation and co-crystallization in microgravity environment, so as pioneer to do COVID-19 drug research in space.

We offer contract research and supportive partnership for research institutes and companies of diverse industries (e.g., chemical, pharma, agro & cosmetics) who are ready to develop their own chemical technologies and/or business at the next level, via space research, using advantages of the space environment.

InnoStudio has been pioneering in developing standards for space chemistry and space chemistry related R&D, like standard chemical reactors or standards related to complex drug discovery research on ISS.

Bring your research idea and we make it happen through chemistry!

Upcoming Events

ISSR&D CONFERENCE, August 2021

ISSR&D CONFERENCE, August 2021

We are pleased to inform you that InnoStudio will hold a presentation, entitled „Effect of microgravity on COVID-19 drug formulation on ISS” at ISSRDC 2021, the 10th Annual International Space Station Research and Development Conference on August 16 in the Biology and...

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ISSR&D CONFERENCE, August 2021

ISSR&D CONFERENCE, August 2021

We are pleased to inform you that InnoStudio will hold a presentation, entitled „Effect of microgravity on COVID-19 drug formulation on ISS” at ISSRDC 2021, the 10th Annual International Space Station Research and Development Conference on August 16 in the Biology and...

ESA In-Orbit Economy workshop July 20, 2021

ESA In-Orbit Economy workshop July 20, 2021

We are honored to be invited to ESA’s upcoming workshop “In-Orbit Economy” on July 20, 2021, from 9:45AM to 13:00PM CEST, live on WebEx. President & CEO Dr. Ferenc Darvas will join the roundtable discussion and talk about how to bridge the gap between zero gravity...

Hungarians develop more effective COVID drugs in space

Hungarians develop more effective COVID drugs in space

Published May 7, 2021 on 24.hu In the last few months, in addition to vaccine developments against the coronavirus, little has been heard of regarding what efforts have been made to develop new medicines for the treatment of already covid infected patients. Regarding...

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Hungarians develop more effective COVID drugs in space

Hungarians develop more effective COVID drugs in space

Published May 7, 2021 on 24.hu In the last few months, in addition to vaccine developments against the coronavirus, little has been heard of regarding what efforts have been made to develop new medicines for the treatment of already covid infected patients. Regarding...

InnoStudio cited in the lead space journal by Roscosmos

InnoStudio cited in the lead space journal by Roscosmos

The recent and successful study of InnoStudio and CycloLab for COVID-19 drug research in space has been gaining attention and receiving positive feedback worldwide. The Roscosmos State Corporation for Space Activities found our idea and experiment valuable enough to...

COVID-19 drug research and bio-mining launching to Space Station

COVID-19 drug research and bio-mining launching to Space Station

For the past 20 years, astronauts have been performing experiments on the International Space Station. Science in low Earth orbit is not only hugely important in preparation for continued space exploration, the research also benefits life on Earth. We’ve seen...