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Mountain View, CA– The Carl Sagan Center for the Study of Life in the Universe is being established at the SETI Institute in Silicon Valley to sustain a long-term commitment for research into age-old questions such as, "Are we Alone?"

"Understanding the origin, evolution and distribution of life in the universe, a field often called Astrobiology, is one of the most important endeavors of the science community and all humanity," said SETI Institute Trustee and Nobel Prize winning scientist Baruch Blumberg.

The SETI Institute is proud to be a significant part of the upcoming Astrobiology Science Conference 2006 .

NASA's Cassini spacecraft may have found evidence of liquid water reservoirs that erupt in Yellowstone-like geysers on Saturn's moon Enceladus. The rare occurrence of liquid water so near the surface raises many new questions about the mysterious moon.

The SETI Institute’s weekly radio program about life on and beyond Earth, "Are We Alone?" will begin broadcast on Discovery Channel Radio in March. The show, a growing favorite with podcast listeners, now joins Discovery’s new radio network, a premier outlet for programs devoted to the coverage of science and technology.

The SETI Institute’s weekly radio program about life on and beyond Earth, "Are We Alone?" will begin broadcast on Discovery Channel Radio in March. The show, a growing favorite with podcast listeners, now joins Discovery’s new radio network, a premier outlet for programs devoted to the coverage of science and technology.

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA - SETI Institute announces the addition of four high-tech leaders to its Board of Trustees: Lewis Platt, former Hewlett Packard Chairman and CEO; Linda Bernardi, founder and CEO of ConnecTerra, Inc.; Joel Birnbaum former HP Senior Vice President of Research and Director of HP Labs; and Alan Bagley, former HP executive.

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