Posts by admin

Fixed-term Lectureship in Planetary Science

Posted by on Feb 6, 2022 in Jobs, News | 0 comments

Fixed-term Lectureship in Planetary Science

The University of St Andrews are seeking to appoint a fixed-term Associate Lecturer (Education Focused) in Planetary Science who will contribute to their undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in topics in planetary sciences, including astrobiology, planetary geology, geobiology and remote sensing, during the academic year 2022/23. The position will begin 1st July 2022 and run for 12-months to provide cover for maternity leave. Please see the advertisement here for more information.

Read More

Nominations for the Barrie Jones Award 2022

Posted by on Feb 6, 2022 in News | 0 comments

Nominations for the Barrie Jones Award 2022

The Astrobiology Society of Britain (ASB), in collaboration with the Open University, is proud to announce the opening of nominations for the Barrie Jones Award to celebrate those who have made an excellent contribution to outreach and/or the teaching of Astrobiology, in memory of Prof. Barrie W. Jones who was a keen communicator of astrobiology.  We wish to solicit nominations for the award. Once the recipient of the award has been selected by a committee comprising members of the ASB and staff from the Open University, they will be invited to give a public lecture held...

Read More

Post-doc: Titan’s Atmosphere

Posted by on Mar 20, 2015 in Jobs, News | 0 comments

Post-doc: Titan’s Atmosphere

This from the University of Bristol’s Nick Teanby: Applications are invited for a three year Post-doctoral Research Assistant/Associate in Planetary Sciences, within the School of Earth Sciences, to study the atmosphere of Saturn’s largest moon, Titan, using remote sensing data. Closing date April 13th. Full details here.

Read More

Water, Ice and the Origin of Life in the Universe

Posted by on Mar 11, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Water, Ice and the Origin of Life in the Universe

Please note that the deadline of the Nordic-Hawai’i Summer School, ‘Water, Ice and the Origin of Life in the Universe, is on 15 March 2015. The summer school will take place in Iceland from the 1–13 July 2015. Full information here.

Read More

UKSA Space Environments Working Group call for nominations

Posted by on Mar 4, 2015 in News | 0 comments

UKSA Space Environments Working Group call for nominations

This from the UK Space Agency: The UK Space Agency seeks nominations for membership of its Space Environments Working Group (SEWG). The SEWG provides advice and support to the Agency on matters related to space environments, microgravity and human spaceflight programmes. In practice, this consists principally of UK involvement in ESA’s ELIPS and ISS Utilisation programmes, and associated national activities. The SEWG reports to the Agency’s Space Exploration Advisory Committee (SEAC), which advises the Agency on the breadth of its space exploration activities. SEWG has a particularly...

Read More