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"Blue light" lamps represent a potential in-flight countermeasure for
adaptation to shifts in sleep cycle required by astronauts during spaceflight.

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NSBRI's science and technology program aids NASA by accelerating the transfer of findings from the laboratory to spaceflight and clinical applications. The product-oriented approach to research and development is leading to a number of operationally-relevant countermeasures and technologies ready for testing and evaluation aboard the International Space Station and in medical settings.

Team Approach
Organized into seven integrated research teams, NSBRI's science and technology program bridges multiple disciplines and unites the scientific and clinical expertise and resources of the biomedical community with the scientific, engineering and operational expertise of NASA. Collaborations exist within teams and between the various teams.

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