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  • Our last fieldwork campaign to Boulby Mine featured in New Scientist

    August 02 2016

    Recently, our team of astrobiologists descended 1.1 kilometers below Earth’s surface to the Mars-like environment of the Boulby Mine in the UK looking for answers about life on other planets. Six members of the MASE team headed...

  • Getting ready for new MASE sampling trips!

    May 19 2016

    Astrobiologists seek to investigate the limits of life on Earth and the possibility of life beyond Earth, to prepare for the eventual human exploration and settlement of space. To better understand the habitability potential...

  • International survey about space-related careers

    May 12 2016

    The Department of Science and Technology Studies of University College London is carrying out a survey to better understand how to encourage young people to pursue careers in space science. If you are a professional working...

  • NASA Seminar on Astrobiology 25th April 2016

    April 25 2016

    The next rover to explore Mars has been proposed to launch in 2020. The primary goal of the mission is to better understand the geologic and climate history of Mars including the identification of potential signs of past life on...

  • The First European Astrobiology Roadmap

    March 23 2016

    The first European Astrobiology Roadmapp produced through AstRoMap is published in Astrobiology and available open access -

  • Second Europlanet Call for TransNationalAccess

    March 22 2016

    The Europlanet 2020 Research Infrastructure is a major programme funded under Horizon 2020 to support the research activities of the European planetary science community and particularly to foster collaboration. A central part...

  • MASE outlined in EC Horizon magazine

    March 22 2016

    The EC Horizon Magazine publishes an article dealing with life on Mars and outlines the MASE project. Read the article>>

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