|ASB in the Media|
Members of the Astrobiology Society of Britain often contribute to radio or television programmes on space exploration and the search for life beyond Earth. Here's a sample of this media activity.
Science Uncovered [podcast ] - Zita Martins appears on the Guardian science podcast to talk about meteorites
BBC Stargazing Live: Astrobiology [video] - Lewis Dartnell talks about how he got into a career in astrobiology research.
Seven Wonders of the Microbial World: Life on Mars [video] - Charles Cockell and Zita Martins discuss the possibility of microbial life on the red planet
BBC Sky at Night: 700 Not Out [video] - Lewis Dartnell discusses whether there is alien life out there for the anniversary episode of Sky at Night
TeachFind: Chemistry [video] - Featuring Terry Kee talking about phosphorus and the origins of life on Earth
Monsters featurette [video] - Lewis Dartnell talks about the science behind the film Monsters, and the chances for life in Europa.
How did life start on Earth? [podcast] - Astrotalk UK interview with Terry Kee about the origins of Life
Are We Alone? [podcast] - Lewis Dartnell spoke at the Wellcome Collection as part of their Packed Lunch series about the search for life on Mars, and whether we're alone in the Universe.
Meteorites [podcast] - Zita Martins spoke at the Wellcome Collection as part of their Packed Lunch series about meteorites
|Last Updated on Monday, 13 August 2012 16:02|