Detecting life in the solar system
Posted by David in Natural Sciences on November 23, 2014
This week the Centre for Interdisciplinary Science hosted a talk by Dr Zita Martins on her research in the field of astrobiology. Her work focuses on, among other things, studying organic matter from extra terrestrial sources as a possible starting point for the origin of life on Earth, and with Philae landing on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko […]
Posted in Reseach | Tagged astrbiology, Dr Zita Martins, I Science, Interdisciplinary Science, ISci, Mars, Meteorites, natsci, Natural Sciences, student blog
First lectures of the year!!!
Posted by Zoe in Natural Sciences on November 24, 2012
Now, I know what you are thinking, it does seem rather far into the academic year for me to be having my first lecture. However, as I am now in my Masters year of the Interdisciplinary Science course the program runs very differently from what I have been use to for the last three years. […]
Posted in Societies, Studying | Tagged Grady, Interdisciplinary Science, ISci, IScience, Lectures, Mars, Meteorites, Monica, Natural Science, Natural Sciences, Open University, Tissint