A leading Mars academic and research institution building a sustainable ecosystem of innovation
Dozens of active Research Projects
15+ researchers and professionals
Empowering grant-funded research
Graduate Researchers, future Astronauts, and students learn how to improve and test concepts with faculty and staff to overcome complex problems primarily focused on the post-arrival activities of man and machines on the Martian surface.
We cover a broad range of research topics - from biomedical, human factors, advanced robotics, life support systems to bioremediation, ISRU, manufacturing, hydrocarbons, chemical engineering and production, settlement design, and planetary engineering.
Leverage one on one mentoring and team meetings with leading experts, faculty, and partners to enable life to become multi-planetary.
Benefits for Students
Leading faculty, professors, and advisors with experience in winning and conducting research under competitive grants
Entrepreneurship is encouraged. We can support your application to funding agencies.
Join us in building a sustainable ecosystem of innovation to improve the quality of education for generations of students.
Become a Graduate Researcher
As a Graduate Researcher, you would collaborate with MarsU Faculty and Staff of interest to advise, edit, and improve research project(s). You would help take the research to the next level and improve your understanding on research interests and knowledge. You have the freedom to lead your own independent or collaborative research study.
Get More Involved
Learn more about the previous and present research efforts of MarsU staff and faculty on individual biographies of the MarsU Team Webpage.
Navigate through three opensource online databases:
4. Conference Proceedings and Archives
Leverage the knowledge, research, and community at MarsU to advance your individual or organisations research. Collaborate or advise research as a partner to pave the road for the development of innovations, patents, and advanced technology startups. If you are interested in getting more involved, contact info@Mars.University.
225 million kilometers away...
Mars is there, waiting to be reached.
- Buzz Aldrin