Welcome to our Autumn 2109 Newsletter! It’s been another exciting year for the field of astrobiology and the UW Astrobiology Program, and you can read about many of our activities in this newsletter.
This year the UW Astrobiology Program has continued to advance the search for life in the Universe through both our research and our science leadership.
Astronomers in the University of Washington’s Astrobiology Program are continuing their exciting discoveries of nearby potentially habitable planets…
With the discovery of Proxima Centauri b, a possibly terrestrial planet orbiting in the habitable zone of the nearest star to the Sun
Our last year was a productive and exciting one! We graduated five students:
This year was certainly a productive one for training the next generation of astrobiologists!
How do we define “life”? This fundamental question has remained largely philosophical,
We’ve had a busy and productive year with a focus on maintaining our excellence while expanding our program.
Last week, NASA’s Kepler space telescope team announced the discovery of three “super-Earth” sized planets in the habitable zone
This past year has been exciting and productive one for the University of Washington’s astrobiology program.
With the start of the 2011-2012 academic year, Prof. Victoria Meadows was named the new Director of the University of Washington Astrobiology (UWAB)