Malik Moville is a mechanical engineer at Space Tango. He designs and builds automated CubeLab systems to facilitate microgravity investigations in life and physical sciences. Malik also supports facility design for ISS hardware such as the Powered Ascent Utility Locker (PAUL).
While completing his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, Malik’s studies specialized in biotechnology development. He also partnered with Space Tango to conduct research on automated cell agitation designs that was later awarded the top prize at Embry-Riddle’s undergraduate research conference, Discover Day. Malik is also a professional member of the National Society for Black Engineers and the Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals.