A team, including Professor Kathy Campbell, attended a workshop sponsored by NASA and JPL on 8-10 February 2017 in...
Two of two submitted posters for AbSciCon 2015 are at the conference! These are the SBNZ 2015 poster and SBNZ 2015 Education...
In January 2015, the New Zealand Astrobiology Initiative (NZAI) organised an engaging, 6-day expedition for Kiwi educators and researchers,...
New Zealand Astrobiology Initiative would like to thank the following organisations for their generous support, without which this project...
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New Zealand teachers will join a NASA Astrobiologists and New Zealand scientists in the North Island this January, 2015,...
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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