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Post-doctoral position in Computational Metagenomics of Deep Biosphere (DL Nov 15)

Post-doctoral position in Computational Metagenomics of Deep Biosphere (DL Nov 15) http://www.aalto.fi/en/current/jobs/teaching_and_researc

Started by Sanjoy Som in Jobs / Post-docs / Other opportunities

0 Nov 5, 2012

Links for Beyond Center "The Future of Humans in Space ..." One-day Symposium Talk recordings now available!

Hi all!  For those that missed the live SAGAN broadcast of one-day symposium "The Future of Humans in Space ..." hosted by the Beyond Cente…

Started by Sara Imari Walker in The Cutting-Edge of Astrobiology

0 Nov 3, 2012

Gerald A. Soffen Memorial Fund - Travel Award for $500 - Due date Oct 15th

Dear Colleagues,   Please distribute this announcement to deserving undergraduate and graduate students in your department or your Space Gr…

Started by Julia DeMarines (Teaspoon) in SAGANet Community

0 Sep 25, 2012

outreach job opening

For anyone who's hunting for a science outreach job, here's an opening with the Union of Concerned Scientists- apply by 9/30! From: Michae…

Started by Linda Billings in Education and Public Outreach

1 Sep 24, 2012
Reply by Julia DeMarines (Teaspoon)

Is Life Fundamental?

Hi all! I recently submitted an essay to the FQXI essay contest titled "Is Life Fundamental?".  http://fqxi.org/community/forum/topic/1526

Started by Sara Imari Walker in The Cutting-Edge of Astrobiology

1 Sep 13, 2012
Reply by Sanjoy Som

Interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research and education

Many would argue that astrobiology research is interdisciplinary. Is it? And what does 'interdisciplinary' actually mean? What about the ed…

Started by Arsev Umur Aydinoglu in The Cutting-Edge of Astrobiology

2 Sep 6, 2012
Reply by Arsev Umur Aydinoglu

Nominate an early career woman scientist in the developing world for an award/scholarship to AAAS!

Do you know a promising early career woman scientist in a developing area (Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean)?…

Started by Shannon Ulrich in Education and Public Outreach

0 Sep 2, 2012

Career Path Advice for Aspiring Astrobiologists

Hi everyone! I am Vann and I am just new here at SAGAN. I am seeking for advice from people coming from different fields especially Astrobi…

Started by Ivan llanto in SAGANet Community

6 Aug 12, 2012
Reply by Ivan llanto

Mars Science Laboratory Landing!

The Mars Science Laboratory lands August 5th, and like many of you we are both excited and nervous!!!  Know of a really great Mars Science…

Started by Sara Imari Walker in Education and Public Outreach

4 Aug 3, 2012
Reply by Svet Shkolyar

Air density 2.7 billion years ago limited to less than twice present levels by fossil raindrop imprints

Hello folks, a few weeks ago I published a paper on early Earth atmospheric pressure. Sanjoy M. Som, David C. Catling, Jelte P. Harnmeijer,…

Started by Sanjoy Som in The Cutting-Edge of Astrobiology

9 Jul 26, 2012
Reply by Leila Battison

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