Dr. Agata Kołodziejczyk (PO)is a neuroscientist, astrobiologist, and innovator working on photosynthetic biomaterials and aquaponic systems to initiate reliable and sustainable terraforming processes in isolated spaces. Founder and Scientific Director of the Analog Astronaut Training Center (AATC), has been working, most recently, to develop a new method for in situ clothes production in sea and space Previously, she discovered an internal eyelid in the compound eye of fruitflies and presented this research at the European Space Agency’s Concurrent Design Facility (CDR) whose aim is to revolutionize constructions of future modular space telescopes. Her CDR presentation led to a postdoc in biomimetics with the European Space Agency’s Advanced Concepts Team. Kołodziejczyk founded the first European Analogue Space Research Station LunAres, was Chairman of Lunares Scientific Council, and a co-founder of Space Garden Company. The winner of multiple prizes, such as a double winner of the best scientific experiment in the Global Space Balloon Challenge for detecting stress in biological organisms in the stratosphere, the scientific Rojszczak Award, a Gold medal for creating the first habitat in Poland and was even named “One of the most powerful woman in Poland” by the Government. Kołodziejczyk is a Board Member of the World Research Center, and Director of Advanced Concepts at the private space agency, The Valles Marineris.