The Basics of Astrobiology: Recorded Lectures

Posted on May 26, 2016 in Uncategorized | 1 comment

The Basics of Astrobiology: Recorded Lectures

In December 2016, as part of the Search for Life: From Early Earth to Exoplanets meeting in Vietnam, a two-day training school in the basics of astrobiology was held. This covers topics from astrophysics, geosciences and life sciences. Recordings of the lectures are available below:

Astrophysics and Astrochemistry

Nikos Prantzos – Nucleosynthesis and Galactic Chemical Evolution

Masatoshi Ohishi – Astrochemistry

Planetology and Geosciences 

Alain Lecavellier – Exoplanets

Hervé Martin – Early Earth Geosphere

Geosciences and Life Sciences

Daniele Pinti – Early Earth Atmosphere/Hydrosphere

Carlos Briones – RNA world and early life

The Barrie Jones Award Prize Lectures

Recordings of the Barrie Jones Award Lectures can be viewed online and are archived here. These are public outreach lectures that cover astrobiology themes, such as the search for life in the Universe, and are aimed at a general audience.

The Barrie Jones Award recognises an individual’s contribution to society and outstanding achievement in science and outreach through work relating to astrobiology. It was established by the Open University (OU) Department of Physical Sciences in partnership with the ASB with the legacy of the late Barrie Jones (1941–2014), an astrobiologist at the OU, who dedicated much of his career to public engagement and outreach.

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  1. Thank you so much for these recorded lectures; they’re priceless to me.

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