ESBL visited the Evonuk Environmental Physiology Core facility, within the Department of Physiology at the University of Oregon, to learn about the mechanical systems being used and the chamber itself. This environmental chamber has similarities to the one being constructed by ESBL. In addition to thermal comfort studies and demonstrations, ESBL’s chamber is being designed with consideration given for BioBE experiments.

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