Every year, NASA, ESA, JAXA, Roscosmos, and the Canadian Space Agency conduct a review of all activity that took place on the ISS over the previous twelve months. Attached below is a link to 2022's report which highlights the ISS's contributions to research in biotech, human health, physics, and earth and space science.
This year's report talks about microgravity research looking at the effects on bone marrow of extended stays in space, a 3D bioprinter which studies bacteria, how certain metals react to a low gravity environment, and studies on distant neutron stars and X-ray phenomena.
The fascinating experiments show how useful the ISS is as a platform for conducting ground-breaking research and development. Read more below!