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Christie Jilly-Rehak replied to Sanjoy Som's discussion Help secure the future of the Iceland and Hawaii Astrobiology Summer Schools!
"I attended the 2012 UHNAI-Nordic Astrobiology Summer School in Iceland.  I will second the others on this forum that it was such an incredible experience, and greatly influenced my career as an Astrobiologist. Being an astronomer/geologist by…"
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Samson Phan replied to Sanjoy Som's discussion Help secure the future of the Iceland and Hawaii Astrobiology Summer Schools!
"I write today to support the further funding of the UHNAI-Nordic Schools. I was fortunate enough to have been a participant in the 2012 Summer School in Iceland. The experiences at the school have greatly shaped my career track. Among my…"
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Antonio Molina replied to Sanjoy Som's discussion Help secure the future of the Iceland and Hawaii Astrobiology Summer Schools!
"I would like to join to these comments as participant in one of the Nordic-NASA Summer Schools. I attended the 2012 Iceland school “Water, Ice, and the Origin of Life” and I have only good words about it. I'm currently writing my…"
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Eddie Schwieterman replied to Sanjoy Som's discussion Help secure the future of the Iceland and Hawaii Astrobiology Summer Schools!
"I would like to add my voice to the chorus of support for the Nordic-NASA Summer School. I attended the 2012 Iceland school “Water, Ice, and the Origin of Life”. This school provided an excellent overview of the current issues related to…"
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