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"AbSciCon was awesome! Great catching back up with so many of you SAGANet peeps!"
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Profile IconMeghana Achyutananda, Harrison Tamayo, wagneur manuel and 2 more joined SAGANet
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Emily Knowles joined Kelsi Singer's group
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Women in Astrobiology

Welcome! This is a fairly informal group created as a safe place to post/discuss topics in astrobiology that may have a gender component.  Note, this group is meant to be inclusive, you don’t have to be a woman to support women in astrobiology or care about issues like work-life satisfaction. For the moment I am mostly cross-posting professional development opportunities that come up on the Women in Planetary Science Blog (these are mostly applicable to any gender), but I would love input from others across the disciplines that make up astrobiology.  Please post relevant opportunities and issues below.For starters, check out this post with a list of resources helpful to students and postdocs (or any early career people for that matter :). I am sure you have your favorite resources as well, so I would love to add to the list.…See More
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Carl Alfred Anderson is attending Mike Toillion's event
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AbSciCon 2017 at Mesa, AZ

April 24, 2017 at 8am to April 28, 2017 at 5pm
The Astrobiology Science Conference (AbSciCon) is happening at the Mesa Convention Center in Mesa, Arizona, April 24–28, 2017.Sessions being LivestreamedDaily Streaming: 8:30am – 5:45pm (Central Daylight Time) – Plenary Sessions and anything in the Ballroom and Ballroom D.Streamed Public Events: Tuesday 7:00 – 8:30pm Where Will We Find Alien Life? Thursday 6:30 – 8:30pm How Astrobiology and Planetary Science Inform a Perspective of Planetary StewardshipA PDF of the AbSciCon Program is available here.The theme this year is “Diverse Life and its Detection on Different Worlds.” Mars and icy worlds in our solar system are increasingly recognized as habitable, even as increasing numbers of exoplanets in their stars’ habitable zones have been discovered. The focus is shifting from identification of habitable worlds, to detection of life on these worlds.For all the conference information, visit:…See More
Tuesday
Andrew Planet liked Sanjoy Som's page SAGANLive
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Andrew Planet might attend Mike Toillion's event
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AbSciCon 2017 at Mesa, AZ

April 24, 2017 at 8am to April 28, 2017 at 5pm
The Astrobiology Science Conference (AbSciCon) is happening at the Mesa Convention Center in Mesa, Arizona, April 24–28, 2017.Sessions being LivestreamedDaily Streaming: 8:30am – 5:45pm (Central Daylight Time) – Plenary Sessions and anything in the Ballroom and Ballroom D.Streamed Public Events: Tuesday 7:00 – 8:30pm Where Will We Find Alien Life? Thursday 6:30 – 8:30pm How Astrobiology and Planetary Science Inform a Perspective of Planetary StewardshipA PDF of the AbSciCon Program is available here.The theme this year is “Diverse Life and its Detection on Different Worlds.” Mars and icy worlds in our solar system are increasingly recognized as habitable, even as increasing numbers of exoplanets in their stars’ habitable zones have been discovered. The focus is shifting from identification of habitable worlds, to detection of life on these worlds.For all the conference information, visit:…See More
Tuesday
Chris Crawford left a comment for Graham E. Lau
"Thanks Graham, just recently heard about SAGANet."
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Graham E. Lau left a comment for Loretta Whitesides
"Loretta! Welcome to SAGANet :) How are you?!"
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