AbSciCon22 - Origins and Exploration: From Stars to Cells


AbSciCon 22

Tags: Astrobiology

Time: 15 - 20 May 2022 -

Location: Atlanta, GA and online

AbSciCon, the conference brings the astrobiology community together every two years to share research, collaborate, and plan for the future.

The astrobiology community is distinct because by its nature, it is multidisciplinary. This aspect of astrobiology is pushing the future of all science toward a more multidisciplinary function, which in turn benefits everyone. The NASA Astrobiology Program built this interdisciplinary model into their Research Coordination Networks (RCNs) and will continue to build on the RCN model to support cross-divisional research.

In addition to improving the way science is conducted through increased interdisciplinary teams, the field of astrobiology also affects the way that we think about our world, and our existence. By broadening our horizons to worlds and the possibilities of life beyond Earth, astrobiology pushes the boundaries of thought and helps us break free from an Earth-centric point of view.

Note: registration is required to participate in this event