|Planets, Life, and the Universe Lecture Series|
|The Preservation, Distribution, & Detectability of Lipid Biomarkers in the Atacama Desert and Implications for Mars|
Mary Beth Wilhelm (NASA Ames Research Center, Space Science and Astrobiology Division )
February 01, 2019 at 12:30pm · STScI Bahcall Auditorium
A highly interdisciplinary team of scientists at Johns Hopkins University, the Space Telescope Science Institute, and the Applied Physics Laboratory combine their expertise to address fundamental questions about the origins, evolution, and prevalence of life in the universe. In addition to providing guidance for research, the team administers graduate and undergraduate lecture courses on these topics. The institute also hosts the Planets, Life, and the Universe (PLU) Lecture Series, which brings high-profile speakers from prominent universities and organizations to campus to discuss current topics in astrobiology. The presentations are available live and as webcasts online.
The Planets, Life, and the Universe Lecture Series is supported by the NASA Astrobiology Institute, the Space Telescope Science Institute, the Department of Biology and the Department of Physics and Astronomy of Johns Hopkins University, and the Ernst Cloos Memorial Fund.
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