Scott Sandford on the Space ShowScott Sandford, PI of the NAI Team at the NASA Ames Research Center, joined David Livingston to discuss astrobiology.
In August 2016, PI Scott Sandford of The Evolution of Prebiotic Chemical Complexity and the Organic Inventory of Protoplanetary Disks and Primordial Planets, the NASA Astrobiology Institute (NAI) team based at the NASA Ames Research Center, was a guest on the Space Show radio program hosted by David Livingston.
In the program, Sandford gave his explanation of the science of astrobiology and ways to think about the search for life in the Universe. Topics and questions also ranged from his research at the Ames labs, the OSIRIS-Rex mission, working with the NAI, and how aspiring astrobiologists can pursue a career.
The radio episode can be streamed on the Space Show website.
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