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A Case for Astrobiology

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Dr Edward Cackett.

Astrobiology is a newly emerging multi-disciplinary science. It is about a quest for life in the universe – may it be life on our own planet Earth, thriving in hot springs, under the sea, or somewhere in the Dry Valleys of Antarctica, or alien life existing in or outside the Solar System, which may or may have the ability to contact us or receive our signals. In my talk I will give an introduction to this promising and fundamentally fascinating science, as well as reasons why people around the world should be aware of it, and nourish it with their support.

This talk is part of the Darwin College Science Seminars series.

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