WSU Astrobiology Seminar Series 2006/7 Academic Year

Artwork courtesy of NASA
The Astrobiology Seminar Series is sponsored by: Office of Research, College of Sciences, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Department of Biological Systems Engineering, School of Molecular Biosciences, School of Environmental and Earth Sciences.
Confirmed Speakers

Life in the Solar System and Beyond Dirk Schulze-Makuch
Washington State University
Friday, September 8, 2:10-3:00, CUE 203
Plateau, Collapse, and Climax: The Past and Future of Life in the Universe Louis Irwin
University of Texas, El Paso
Friday, September 22, 2:10-3:00, CUE 203
The Effects of the Young Sun on the Evolution of Planetary Atmospheres and the Development of Life Edward Guinan
Villanova University
Friday, October 13, 2:10-3:00, CUE 203
The Ultimate Epistemology: Our Origins, Big Bang to Last Tuesday Guy Worthey
Washington State University
Friday, November 3, 2:10-3:00, CUE 203
Hot Vents, Black Smokers, and the "Lost City:" Deep Sea Exploration Deb Kelley
University of Washington
Friday, November 17, 2:10-3:00, CUE 203
The Source of Titan's Methane Jonathan Lunine
U. Arizona Lunar and Planetary Laboratory
Thursday, January 25, 4:10-5:00, Webster 17
Molecular Adaptations for Extreme Living Lisa Gloss
Washington State University
Friday, February 23, 2:10-3:00, Webster 17
Life and Death on Icy Worlds Jere Lipps
University of California, Berkeley
Friday, March 2, 3:10-4:00, CUE 203
The Case for Life on Mars Gil Levin
Friday, March 23, 3:10-4:00, CUE 203