Propose A Session For #AbSciCon22 - Astrobiology Science Conference 2022
From: American Geophysical Union
Posted: Wednesday, August 18, 2021
Propose a session to help shape #AbSciCon22, the premier conference for the astrobiology community.
If you submitted a session before the meeting was postponed, now is your chance to update your proposal.
New submissions and updates to proposals will be accepted until 22 September 2021.
- Dr. Reva Kay Williams, the first Black female astrophysicist and the first person to successfully work out the Penrose mechanism to extract energy from black holes.
- Dr. Betül Kaçar, an astrobiologist and molecular biologist whose research interest focuses on origins of life, artificial biology and finding life on other planets.
- Ken Williford, the Deputy Project Scientist for the NASA Mars 2020 mission and director of the JPL Astrobiogeochemistry Laboratory (abcLab).
- Prof. Nicole King, evolutionary biologist and geneticist whose research addresses animal origins and mechanisms underlying host-microbe interactions.
Visit the website for updates and submit your session proposal by 22 September to be a part of the largest gathering for the astrobiology community.
We can’t wait to host you for #AbSciCon22 in Atlanta, GA and online everywhere on 15-20 May 2022
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