We are the Astrobiology Journal Club at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Our group meets once each month to discuss current research and literature that is relevant to the realm of astrobiology. We will soon be sharing our meetings through SAGANet, so you can join in from anywhere. We'll try to get the article(s) for the coming meetings linked up here within two weeks before each meeting, so that anyone can join in with our discussions. See More
"That's awesome Suraj! I would be into the idea of starting another book soon. I've been a bit behind in keeping up with some obligations. Beyond SAGANet, I'm also now work as the Director of Communications and Marketing for Blue…"
"Hello people!. Its been a long time coming to this page. I was very busy in the course work at my college. Can we start reading a new book? Good news is that have invited some of my friends to this club and I have joined an astronomy club at my…"
"Definitely! It makes one wonder what other ways organisms may live in this universe, what other types of senses alien live may have for perceiving its environment, and how we can use our knowledge of life here to know if/when we find alien life."
"That's a good question, Umut. There have been lots of research projects conducted already in orbit of how animals from Earth react to the microgravity environment (like how spiders spin webs in space!). However, we've still yet to send…"
Please join us if you can Thursday, November 2nd at 10:00 am US Pacific Time (5:00 pm GMT)!"Ask an Astrobiologist" is a live interview with a renowned astrobiologist! This format is interactive and allows participants to ask questions on Twitter & SAGANet! Use #askastrobio to submit your questions before the event! Questions will still be taken via SAGANet chat!We welcome to SAGANet Dr. Carl Pilcher, former director of the NASA Astrobiology Institute! Dr. Pilcher has had careers in both…See More
Ok, no problem! I hope more people will join next time. If more people can on Wednesdays, then I could join while on the car (co-pilot) as long as I get internet on the phone (until around 17.30 pm, then blackout until 18.30 pm).
Hello. Graham E. Lau Thanks for the warm welcome. I am really hoping that something big is gonna bloom out of this platform, given that the brilliant and curious minds are going to be the regular contributors. Glad to be a part of it.