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pangaeavr.com

Stage

Seed VC | Alive

Total Raised

$1.46M

Last Raised

$1.46M | 5 yrs ago

About Pangaea

Pangaea (庞际网络) is a game developer that focuses on the development of multiplayer VR-games in China.

Pangaea Headquarters Location

CF21, LaiJin Cultural and Creative Industrial Park Balizhuang East Lane 1st, Chaoyang District

Beijing, Beijing,

China

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Pangaea Patents

Pangaea has filed 13 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Acetylcholinesterase inhibitors
  • Carotenoids
  • Colloidal chemistry
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

4/8/2019

12/15/2020

Transcription factors, Cyclohexenes, Intracellular receptors, Carotenoids, Vitamins

Grant

Application Date

4/8/2019

Grant Date

12/15/2020

Title

Related Topics

Transcription factors, Cyclohexenes, Intracellular receptors, Carotenoids, Vitamins

Status

Grant

Latest Pangaea News

Training astronauts to be scientists on the moon

Sep 5, 2022

ESA is now training astronauts in identifying planetary geological features for future missions to the Moon, Mars and asteroids. Luca Parmitano and Pedro Duque will work under leading European planetary geologists and apply their knowledge during field trips in Bressanone, Italy. Credit: ESA–T. Bernabei Astronauts with their sights on the moon are receiving world-class geology training during the fifth edition of ESA's Pangaea campaign. From choosing landing sites for a future Artemis mission, to designing science operations for the lunar surface, the course challenges space explorers to become field scientists. Today, ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst and NASA's Stephanie Wilson start an intensive course that will take them across Europe. The training will teach them how to read a landscape, collect scientifically relevant rocks and effectively communicate their geological observations with teams back on Earth. "With a new era of space exploration about to begin, it is crucial for us astronauts to get a good foundation of knowledge of planetary geology. It is the next level up, integrating lessons from Earth's past into future moon and Mars exploration," says Alexander. Alexander and Stephanie will learn how to achieve science-driven objectives on lunar and Martian-like terrains, both exploring autonomously and in coordination with ground science teams. The Pangaea crew of European planetary scientists and engineers "will make sure that they work in tandem using the best geology observation techniques," says Loredana Bessone, Pangaea's Project Lead. "We want them to find and collect the most interesting samples during their future expeditions and be ready for their mission and landing site specific training," she adds. Grand geology tour A balanced mix of theory and field trips , the course begins this week in the Italian Dolomites with lessons on Martian geology and asteroids at the Bletterbach canyon. ESA’s Pangaea training course prepares astronauts and space engineers to identify planetary geological features for future missions to the moon, Mars and asteroids. Credit: ESA–V. Crobu From 12 to 17 September, Alexander and Stephanie will follow the footsteps of Apollo astronauts to study the Ries crater in Germany, one of the best-preserved impact craters on Earth, where American crews trained before their flight to the moon. Learning about the geological interactions between volcanic activity and water—two key factors in the search for life—is targeted in a trip to the volcanic landscapes of Lanzarote, Spain in November 2022. Scientists beyond Earth Trainees of the fifth Pangaea edition have both completed extensive scientific training before their space missions . Geophysicist, volcanologist and more recently International Space Station commander in 2018, ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst has spent over 5,700 sunrises and sunsets in space. Alexander finds it fascinating to look for answers to scientific questions not only in orbit, but here amongst us on Earth, too. He also did underground exploration as part of ESA's CAVES training in 2019. "The Pangaea campaign is especially interesting for me as a trained geophysicist who did a lot of field work in the past—so far only on planet Earth but I am hoping to change that," he says. The European astronaut will partner with Stephanie Wilson, one of NASA's most senior astronauts and member of the Artemis Team—a select group to prepare for, and possibly fly on, the next crewed moon missions. As such, she could become the first woman to step foot on the lunar surface . A veteran of three Space Shuttle missions to the International Space Station, she has logged more than 42 days in space. Stephanie has a great curiosity for the unknown and is attracted to problem-solving. Explore further

  • Where is Pangaea's headquarters?

    Pangaea's headquarters is located at CF21, LaiJin Cultural and Creative Industrial Park, Beijing.

  • What is Pangaea's latest funding round?

    Pangaea's latest funding round is Seed VC.

  • How much did Pangaea raise?

    Pangaea raised a total of $1.46M.

  • Who are the investors of Pangaea?

    Investors of Pangaea include CSC Group.

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