How to use inspirational contexts from space science to boost student attainment and engagement in the KS3 and KS4 curriculum Thursday, 24th March 2016 9.30am – 3.30pm Space Studio West London, Middlesex, London, TW13 5DD Led by the National Space Centre and supported by the...Read More
Applications are invited for a postdoctoral researcher to characterise potential landing sites for the ESA ExoMars rover. The project will be based in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Birkbeck, University of London, funded by a grant from the UK Space Agency....Read More
Water is fundamental to life. This meeting will explore how the Earth and its planetary neighbours obtained their water, how abundant it is, and its distribution in both pre-planetary and early planetary times. It will bring together Earth and planetary scientists,...Read More
A Royal Astronomical Society (RAS) Specialist Discussion Meeting will be held at the Royal Astronomical Society Lecture Theatre in Burlington House, Piccadilly on the 11th of December 2015. ‘The meeting aims to bring together researchers involved in the study of natural...Read More
The STARS project aims to promote Tim Peake’s Principia mission to the International Space Station in 2015, particularly through fostering engagement with key-stage 2 (KS2; yrs 7-11) and key-stage 4 (14-16) pupils across the UK. STARS is intended to be, the first instance, a...Read More
The Astrobiology Society of Britain is a learned society for people interested in the relationship between life and its cosmic environment. This covers a vast diversity of topics and research methodologies, encompassing observational astronomy, theoretical astrophysics, geological expeditions and laboratory-based microbiology and prebiotic chemistry.
The origin, history and role of water in the evolution of the inner Solar System, Milton Keynes, 1-2 February 2016
Exoplanets I Davos, Switzerland, 3–8 July 2016