Antarctica – A Bonebreaker? Part 2 — Chronicles from Concordia

Dr. Nadja Albertsen is the ESA-sponsored medical doctor spending 12 months at Concordia research station in Antarctica. She facilitates a number of experiments on the effects of isolation, light deprivation, and extreme temperatures on the human body and mind. pQCT scanner used to study bones. Credits: ESA/IPEV/PNRA: N. Albertsen The scanner moves slowly up the…

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