Apopka, FL (PRWEB) July 20, 2011
Aquatic Habitats (AHAB) of Apopka, FL, would like to congratulate Blackwater Creek Koi Farms Inc. and Kori Milroy’s class from Chicago’s Skinner West Classical Fine Arts & Technology School on their involvement in the final space shuttle mission. Joe and Cheryl Pawlak of Blackwater Creek provided ornamental goldfish eggs to be taken into space on Atlantis STS-135. Using Blackwater Creek’s goldfish eggs, Mrs. Milroy and her students studied the tasks involved with the preparation and planning for a shuttle mission as well as the effects of embryonic development in zero gravity.
Being in the business of cutting-edge embryo production systems in a laboratory research environment, AHAB is proud to have sponsored Blackwater Creek and Mrs. Milroy's endeavor, and to be associated with the final space shuttle mission. For more information about AHAB, visit AquaticHabitats.com or call 407-886-7575.
ABOUT AQUATIC HABITATS® (AHAB):
Aquatic Habitats® (AHAB) is the world's largest manufacturer of housing systems for aquatic research animals. Aquatic Habitats aquatic housing systems can be found in hundreds of laboratories around the world, housing a diverse range of species including zebrafish (Danio rerio), medaka (Oryzias latipes) and African clawed frogs (Xenopus laevis and Xenopus tropicalis). When you partner with Aquatic Habitats, we will be there for you every step of the way, from carefully listening to your goals and objectives to making recommendations on facility design. And we do it all—from design and manufacturing to turnkey installations.
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