We’re getting good at finding exoplanets, but trying to find evidence of life is a little bit more complicated...
Carolle Varughese, , NZ Field Sites, exoplanets, gravitational microlensing, Lake Tekapo, MOA project, Mt. John University Observatory, New Zealand, 0
New Zealand is solving some of the most captivating mysteries within the universe. One of the many research facilities...
Kathleen Campbell, , Education and Outreach, Our Research, astrobiology, exoplanets, Exploratory science, future prospects, hot spring deposits, life in extreme environments, MOA project, NZ environment, NZAI, 0
We argue that, even though New Zealand is a small nation, our scientists cannot aim too high nor stretch...
- Professor Anthony Poole awarded Marsden grant to unravel evolutionary origins of DNA
- New Zealand scientist advances new theory on how life could have started on Earth
- New Zealand’s hot springs contribute to discovery of oldest evidence for life on land!
- Announcement for the Astrobiology Australasia Meeting and Grand Tour 2018
- Conference in Portugal – 25–29 September 2017 – Geoscience for understanding habitability in the solar system and beyond