The VPL Team often shares exciting news and updates about our astrobiology research and education efforts as well as news from the larger astrobiology community. Similarly, we host multiple events over the course of the year ranging in size and topic. Stay connected by following our news headlines:
News & Events
Science in Action: VPL Researchers Challenge the Discovery of Phosphine in the Venus Atmosphere
How to Weigh an Exoplanet: Ask the Astronomers Live!
To Find an Extraterrestrial Civilization, Pollution Could Be the Solution
Tyler Robinson Receives 2021 Cottrell Scholar Award
The 7 Rocky Planets Orbiting TRAPPIST-1 May be Made of Similar Stuff
Postdoctoral Researcher Position Open at University of Washington with VPL Researcher David Catling
Astronomers Document the Rise and Fall of a Rarely Observed Stellar Dance
VPL Team Members part of Alternative Earths Team at UCR Awarded $4.6M for NASA ICAR Grant
If a Planet Has a Lot of Methane in its Atmosphere, Life is the Most Likely Cause
How the First Life on Earth Survived its Biggest Threat — Water
Dr. Michael Wong Featured in NExSS Newsletter Interview
Dr. Melissa Trainer Featured on Ask and Astrobiologist
Dr. Sarah Keller Named as a Fellow of the Biophysical Society!