EXPLORING THE LIVING UNIVERSE: ORIGIN, EVOLUTION & DISTRIBUTION OF LIFE IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM

Project: Research project

Project Details

Description

EXPLORING THE LIVING UNIVERSE: ORIGIN, EVOLUTION & DISTRIBUTION OF LIFE IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM EVOLUTION IN MICROBE-BASED ECOSYSTEMS: DESERT SPRINGS AS ANALOGUES FOR THE EARLY DEVELOPMENT AND STABILIZATION OF ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS NANOSCALE MINERALS AS BIOMARKERS EQUIPMENT UPGRADE FOR GC-MS ANALYSES OF SOLUBLE ORGANICS IN CARBONACEOUS METEORITES FUNDING SUPPLEMENT FOR ASU ASTROBIOLOGY: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EXPLORING THE LIVING UNIVERSE: ORIGIN, EVOLUTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF LIFE IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM EXPLORING THE LIVING UNIVERSE: ORIGIN, EVOLUTION, AND DISTRIBUTION OF LIFE IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM: PALEOKARST SUPPLEMENT EXPLORING THE LIVING UNIVERSE: ORIGIN, EVOLUTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF LIFE INT HE SOLAR SYSTEM: SUPPLEMENT FOR MINORITY FACULTY SABBATIC
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date7/1/9812/31/04

Funding

  • NASA: Ames Research Center: $6,627,284.00

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