I waffled on whether to post this or not, but XBrad said, “Hurry up already!”
There is a huge amount of research being performed on the International Space Station, and the ISS Science website has been sharing some of the success stories. One is the electrically conductive coating used on the SpaceX Dragon capsule, so this was published when the resupply ship was released and splashed down 225 miles west of Baja California a couple of days ago. That article links to this video (warning: autoplay).
I can’t listen to it, because I think I sound weird. I am grateful that the video crew did not include the footage of me laughing as one of my co-workers walked like an Egyptian and made faces at me through the lab window.