"Hey all! I see Graham's email and this last week we had a visit from Dr. Robert Hazen and thought to myself that one of his books might be an essential read for this group if anyone's interested in the suggestion: The story of…"
Please join us if you can Thursday, August 31st 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. Darlene Lim, geobiologist based at the NASA Ames Research Center, who is actively involved in the…See More
"Hello! Just thought I'd introduce myself since 1) I'm new to the group and 2) am looking forward to your next book! The name's Osama Alian and a PhD student at Michigan State University in Microbiology and Molecular…"
Group dedicated to maintaining an active book club relevant to astrobiology. Our fourth book we will be reading is Earth in Human Hands, by David Grinspoon.We will meet about every week and read a few chapters and have a discussion on those chapters. More information about meeting times will be provided soon!See More
Join us on Tuesday February 16th at 10 am US Pacific time (GMT-8) for a LIVE event with Astrobiologist and Oceanographer Dr. John R. Delaney of The University of Washinton, Seattle!John Delaney joined the faculty of the University of Washington's School of Oceanography in 1977. He is a Professor of Oceanography and holds the Jerome M. Paros Endowed Chair in Sensor Networks.He is a passionate and tenacious advocate for launching next-generation ocean science and educational capabilities. Success…See More
The mission of the UK Centre for Astrobiology is to advance our understanding of molecules and life in extreme environments on the Earth and beyond. It does this by a combination of theoretical, laboratory, field and mission approaches. We apply this knowledge to improving the quality of life on Earth and developing space exploration as two mutually enhancing objectives.See More