21 October 2019
The first international astrobiology conference in New Zealand, AAM2018 was an extraordinary opportunity for engagement. In addition to the main conference, there was an informal ‘no host’ function which saw significant turn out, an astrobiology workshop for teachers held one day in advance and numerous other engagements from Dr Seth Shostak, Dr Mitch Schulte, Dr Lindsay Hays and Dr Angelica Angles.
Archived: Education and Outreach | News | Seminars and Workshops
9 September 2019
KATHY CAMPBELL: SEPTEMBER 3, 2019, 97.53 MB Tuesday, September 3, 2019 Do you wake up and ponder about the grand questions of the Universe? Questions like ‘Are there other life forms?’, ‘Can we move to other planets?’, ‘What is life?’ and especially, our favourite very early in the morning before coffee: ‘Are we even real?’ Our own astrobiologist, Professor Kathy Campbell, […]
7 April 2019
We are at MOTAT today, for their annual STEM Fair along with a fresh lineup of scientists, technologists, engineers, and mathematicians, who will engage and inspire visitors with their impressive inventions, gadgets, demonstrations, and technological gizmos. We are obviously talking about Space and Exploration. Come see us!
Democratizing Access to Space: Co-creating a Space Industry in Aotearoa for Future Space Exploration21 October 2018
An overview of the state of NZ space industry today and why it’s the best place to prototype a sustainable space ecosystem. Speaker wiill also explore the opportunities for new space markets and jobs for future human space missions into the solar system. Emeline Paat-DahlstromCo-Founder, SpaceBase Emeline Paat-Dahlstrom is a space entrepreneur. Originally from the Philippines, she’s spent nearly 30 years building space and technology […]
Archived: People of Astrobiology
21 September 2018
Interview by Massey University Radio Control
25 June 2018
An astrobiology conference has kicked off in Rotorua today giving students the opportunity to learn more about the possibility of life outside of earth and the future for mankind. Read more at NZ HERALD Thank you for the great feature!
Archived: In the Media
6 May 2018
Professor Kathy Campbell of University of Auckland and Chair of the Board of trustees for the New Zealand Astrobiology Network was invited to the 2nd International Mars Sample Return Conference in Berlin, April 2018, where she presented on the value of returning samples from hydrothermal environments as part of a NASA led team of 71 scientists from around the world.
Archived: News | NZ & Astrobiology Research