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General Assembly in May 1952, the Panel has since widened its range of activities to include biological, psychological and medical requirements in space. Renamed the Aerospace Medical Panel (AMP) in September 1959, the Panel basically concerned itself with the effects of aerospace environmental factors on aircrew performance, research activities in the field of aircrew medical standards, human factors related to accident prevention, and anthropotechnical assistance in bioengineering research and development. The Panel comprised four Committees --- Behavioural Sciences, Biodynamics, Special Clinical and Physiological Problems in ...
promotes and conducts co-operative scientific research and exchange of technical information amongst 28 NATO nations and 38 NATO partners. The largest such collaborative body in the world, the RTO encompasses over 3000 scientists and engineers addressing the complete scope of defence technologies and operational domains. This effort is supported by an executive agency, the Research and Technology Agency (RTA), that facilitates the collaboration by organising a wide range of studies, workshops, symposia, and other forums in which researchers can meet and exchange knowledge. Print Read More
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