In The News: School of Dental Medicine

WOIO
June 3, 2021

SpaceX launched thousands of tiny sea creatures to the International Space Station on Thursday, along with a plaque-fighting toothpaste experiment and powerful solar panels.

Newswise
June 3, 2021

As the famous TV ad said, four out of five dentists recommend Colgate toothpaste … on Earth. But, what about in space?

KTXL
June 3, 2021

SpaceX launched thousands of tiny sea creatures to the International Space Station on Thursday, along with a plaque-fighting toothpaste experiment and powerful solar panels.

Phys.org
June 3, 2021

SpaceX launched thousands of tiny sea creatures to the International Space Station on Thursday, along with a plaque-fighting toothpaste experiment and powerful solar panels.

CenLA Now
June 3, 2021

SpaceX launched thousands of tiny sea creatures to the International Space Station on Thursday, along with a plaque-fighting toothpaste experiment and powerful solar panels.

WJMN-TV
June 3, 2021

SpaceX launched thousands of tiny sea creatures to the International Space Station on Thursday, along with a plaque-fighting toothpaste experiment and powerful solar panels.

WFXR
June 3, 2021

SpaceX launched thousands of tiny sea creatures to the International Space Station on Thursday, along with a plaque-fighting toothpaste experiment and powerful solar panels.

WCBD-TV — NBC 2
June 3, 2021

SpaceX launched thousands of tiny sea creatures to the International Space Station on Thursday, along with a plaque-fighting toothpaste experiment and powerful solar panels.

El Tiempo
June 3, 2021

Researchers from UNLV's Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering and School of Dental Medicine partnered with NASA and Colgate-Palmolive to study the growth of oral bacteria in space and see if Colgate oral care products are effective in a microgravity environment.

Dimensions of Dental Hygiene
June 3, 2021

Colgate-Palmolive will send an oral care experiment to the International Space Station (ISS) aboard SpaceX’s 22nd commercial resupply services mission scheduled to launch from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

ABC News
June 3, 2021

SpaceX launched thousands of tiny sea creatures to the International Space Station on Thursday, along with a plaque-fighting toothpaste experiment and powerful solar panels.

El Democrata
June 3, 2021

SpaceX launched thousands of tiny sea creatures onto the International Space Station Thursday, along with a plaque-fighting toothpaste test and powerful solar panels.