Congratulations to Milad Mozayyani, our latest certificate recipient!
Congratulations to our latest certificate recipient, Taylor Plattner!
Congratulations to our latest certificate recipient, Jordan McKaig!
Congratulations to Chase Chivers, our latest Astrobiology Certificate recipient!
Congratulations to Kavita Matange on completing the Astrobiology Graduate Certificate!
The Georgia Tech Astrobiology community mourns the loss and celebrates the legacy of Dr. Sandra Pizzarello, Emeritus Research Professor at ASU, who passed away on October 24, 2021.
Dr. Pizzarello co-discovered the enantiomeric excess of amino acids in carbonaceous chondritic meteorites, a seminal finding in the field, with key relevance for the origin of life.
She was featured on the Center for Chemical Evolution mural painted by Christine He and David Fialho, shown below.
Her influence on the field of astrobiology burns bright.
Please join us for another session of the PCE3 seminar series on June 24 at 1:00-2:30 pm (EST). This session we are excited to hear from Tyler Roche and Bryce Clifton, both graduate students at the Georgia Institute of Technology. We will also have a short topical introduction from Dr. Nicholas Hud, Professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology. We hope you can join us for another exciting session!
Tyler Roche will talk about “The Key to Prebiotic Nucleoside Formation?”
Bryce Clifton will talk about “Achieving multiple rounds of nucleic acid replication in a prebiotic solvent: A solution to the product inhibition problem”
Congrats to our newest Georgia Tech Astrobiology Certificate Recipient, Chemistry PhD candidate, Tyler Roche!