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Humans In Space Challenge Seeks Startups and Researchers to Pioneer Human Life Beyond Earth

Applications for this exceptional competition are open until July 28 (11:59 PM US ET). Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to be a part of the Humans In Space (HIS) Challenge, initiated by Boryung Corp., a South Korean healthcare investment company, and co-hosted by Axiom Space and Aurelia Institute. The HIS Challenge aims to discover groundbreaking early-stage startups and researchers who are dedicated to transforming human life in space.

The Humans In Space Challenge offers a wide range of benefits, building upon the success of last year’s inaugural event, the “Care In Space Challenge.” Participants can look forward to enhanced funding opportunities, increased access to valuable resources, and expanded networking possibilities. Selected startups will each receive $100,000 in equity investments, while researchers will each be granted $30,000 in awards. In addition, Axiom Space will provide startup credits totaling half a million dollars for eligible startups to send their experiments in future Axiom missions. Moreover, selected teams will have access to $15,000 credits from Amazon Web Services.

One of the unique aspects of this challenge is the opportunity for participants to engage with prominent figures in the space industry. Esteemed figures from organizations such as NASA, ESA, Harvard, and MIT will actively guide and support the selected teams through workshops and a tailored mentorship program. Accelerator programs, supported by space agencies, research institutions, and investment groups, will expedite access to valuable resources and assist in research, business model development, and investment attractions. Furthermore, consulting support will be available to aid teams in securing government grants, while ample networking opportunities with leading global space development companies will facilitate valuable connections and collaborations.

Humans in Space competition logo patch. (Image credit: Boryung )

The Humans In Space collaborative network encompasses a notable consortium of 33 acclaimed institutions and a panel of 30 esteemed judges from various sectors, such as government space agencies, medical research and development, renowned universities, and prominent investment groups. This expanded network ensures a comprehensive evaluation process, bringing together a diverse range of expertise.

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