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You’ve heard of ‘organs on a chip.’ Now ‘tissue chips in space’ test conditions in microgravity

An unusual bit of cargo was aboard the latest Space X mission to restock the International Space Station with essential supplies in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Usually, these SpaceX launches carry clothes or equipment that astronauts aboard the ISS may need to fix minor issues. But this latest launch also included tiny

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