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Agriculture, Health & Space

The global interest in Space has been rekindled as nations eye the potential of other planets hosting human life. And yet, Space remains unreachable for most of us. That is why we believe that to build in Space, we need to take responsible decisions that protect the foundation of life. And equally, must our learnings from Space nurture our interests as a population and that of planet Earth and lead sustainable and equitable industries. 

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Guide sustainable agricultural solutions for food security.


Improve healthcare access by using data analytics.


Leverage Space technology for data-driven industries.

Leveraging the capabilities of space tech to improve the quality of life on earth. 

We aim to use the knowledge we obtain from our research initiatives to inform projects on Earth and future projects in Space. We explore various themes within science, including agriculture, engineering and health science so we can start thinking how to build the infrastructure for Space settlements. We are driving innovation using a research-led approach that pushes the capabilities of high-quality space technology and data to inform projects on Earth. 



Named as UK space company GRAVITY Challenge Champion (2021), forming part of the next space race for a Galactic Britain. 


Our Mission Starts Here

Our future success on other planets depends whether we can grow our own food, have access to healthcare, and be self-sustainable. But it is not only about producing edible crops or maintaining healthy Space settlements, it’s about having the systems and technology that maintains a steady supply of these resources. This is the key to sustaining life on Earth and other planets.

It is about strengthening the bonds and connections between individuals, to impose a sense of duty and responsibility to everyone, to manage healthcare systems, governments or aid for the collective good of the society and open the system for new ideas. And of course, the duty to protect the environment. Our “gateway to collaboration” ideology emphasise our role in our community to help business leaders, policy-makers, and scientists establish long-lasting partnerships.


As a Community Interest Company we are committed to driving measurable impact and innovation to those that will benefit the most from it. We firmly believe education should be more application-focused, and teach the importance of change, innovation, and how we can work to minimise our impact on the environment.


Seanasol Research

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