|Planets, Life, and the Universe Lecture Series|
|Anoxygenic Growth of Cyanobacteria on Fe(II) and their Associated Biosignatures: Implications for Biotic Contributions to Precambrian Iron Formations (and Mars?)|
Niki Parenteau (NASA Ames Research Center/SETI)
October 03, 2014 at 12:30pm · STScI Bahcall Auditorium
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