The Space & Science Festival is back for 2017! Now with three amazing events across three weekends in the...
Join the 2nd Space and Astrobiology Symposium at the Canterbury University's Westport Field Station, 9-11 April 2017. The symposium...
Life on the Edge: A Journey of Discovery in Earth Science – Inaugural Lecture by Professor Kathy Campbellhaqqmisra, , Events, Life, as we know it, Resources, Kathleen Campbell, life, New Zealand, rockhistorian, University of Auckland, 0
Rocks and minerals are vital for unlocking the mysteries of life’s origin and for guiding the search for life...
The next Astrobiology Australasia Meeting to be held from 10 - 12 July 2016 in Perth, Western Australia. The...
"ET life would simply be ... logical..."
The XIII International School of Astrobiology “Josep Comas i Solà” begins Monday, 29 June 2015 in SpainNZAN Media Team, , Education, Events, Opportunities, Resources, Study astrobiology, study astrobiology, 0
The XIII International School of Astrobiology "Josep Comas i Solà" will begin Monday, 29 June 2015 at Palacio de...
In June, Dr Ian Hawes, from Christchurch’s Canterbury University will be part of a team working at the Pavilion...
- a – May – zing! The Space & Science Festival is back!
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- New Zealand: 2nd Space and Astrobiology Symposium
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- Summer school “Impacts and their role in the evolution of Life” (Saaremaa, Estonia, 25 July – 3 August) March 3, 2017This school will give attendees a thorough introduction into impacts, impactors, and the role of impacts in the evolution of life. Apart from lectures, poster presentations, student-led discussions and excursions to geologically interesting sites several practical exercises including Search for meteorite fragments Microscopy of pollen in order to assess the ecological consequences of… […]Wolf D. Geppert