|Planets, Life, and the Universe Lecture Series|
|Exotic Biochemistries on Saturn's Moon Titan and Beyond|
Jonathan Lunine (Dept. of Astronomy, Cornell University and Center for Radiophysics and Space Research)
October 03, 2014 at 12:30pm · STScI Bahcall Auditorium
Two-year fellowships from the National Space Biomedical Research Institute (NSBRI) are available to pursue research in any U.S. laboratory conducting space-related biomedical or biotechnological research. Detailed program and application submission information is available at NSRBI. The application deadline is June 6, 2014.
A highly interdisciplinary team of scientists at Johns Hopkins University, the Space Telescope Science Institute, the Applied Physics Laboratory, and the Goddard Space Flight Center are combining their expertise to answer fundamental questions on the origins, evolution, and prevalence of life in the Universe.
The Planets, Life, and the Universe Lecture Series is supported by the NASA Astrobiology Institute, The Space Telescope Science Institute, the Department of Biology of the Johns Hopkins University, and the Space Studies Initiative.
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