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Delox becomes second winner of the Open Cosmos, ESA Business Applications and ESA Space Solutions “Call to Orbit” competition

Born in the Science Faculty of the University of Lisbon (FCUL) in Portugal in June 2018, Delox was created as a spin-off startup company, on top of more than seven years of research. Delox designs and develops a new generation of bio-decontamination devices, thought to fight all microorganisms, based on new proprietary technology. Bio-decontamination is critically important for health care services on Earth, but equally for space applications, especially in the light of planetary protection.

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Space is easier than you think – find out in our webinar series!

After the success of the first series in June 2019, Open Cosmos announces a second set of webinars in September 2019, aimed at showing you that designing a space mission is not as difficult as you may think.

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Open Cosmos named Hottest SpaceTech Startup of 2019

Last night, Open Cosmos left The Europas Tech Startup awards with the title of ‘Hottest SpaceTech Startup of 2019’.

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Get your own satellite in space

Having a great idea but you "just" need a satellite to bring your assets into space? Now it's your chance. Apply to ESA BIC UK alumnus Open Cosmos` Call To Orbit competition, a joint partnership with ESA giving away free payload development and qualification support over the next year.

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A revolution in a box

“Margaret Harris explores how miniature satellites called CubeSats are opening up the space industry to new customers and mission types.”

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Open Cosmos is a Harwell Space Cluster success story

SpaceQ - “The Harwell Space Cluster in the United Kingdon is host to 80 organizations with 800 employees. One of those companies is Open Cosmos led by its founder Rafael Jorda Siquier.”

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