NAI Science Highlights
October 22, 2018
Early Evolution of Purple Retinal Pigments: Implications for Exoplanet Biosignatures
Geoelectrodes and Fuel Cells for Simulating Hydrothermal Vent Environments
Laughing Gas Could Have Helped Warm Early Earth
Early Career Astrobiologists Explore Ancient Life
Rethinking Long-Term Controls on Planetary Climate
Oman Drilling Project: An Ancient Seabed Holds Secrets in the Search for Life on Other Planets
Tracking the Rise of Eukaryotes with Zinc Isotopes
Detecting Kerogen as a Biosignature Using the Mars 2020 SHERLOC Instrument
Reassessing Exoplanet Meteorology from the Thermal Phase Variations
Atmospheric Seasonality as an Exoplanet Biosignature
Reactive Oxygen Species: Radical Factors in the Evolution of Animal Life
A New ‘Atmospheric Disequilibrium’ Could Help Detect Life on Other Planets
Mars: How Warm for How Long?
A Virus-Bacteria Coevolutionary ‘Arms Race’ Solves the Diversity Paradox
Tidal Friction Heating Enceladus for Billion Years
Thresholds of Catastrophe in the Earth System
False Negatives in Remote Life Detection: Lessons from Early Earth
Astrobiology at Chicago’s Field Museum
Mission: Find Life!
Early Life on Earth Dates Back 3.77 Billion Years
Earth’s Oldest Fossils Show Life Evolved Early, Far and Fast
Thermal Habitability of the Earth’s Seafloor
Mongolian Microfossils Point to the Rise of Animals on Earth*
Cold Stars, Warm Exoplanets, and Methane Blankets
Phosphorus: The Key to Life on Earth as We Know It?
How Friendly is Enceladus’ Ocean to Life?*
Methane Muted: How Did Early Earth Stay Warm?
Nitrogen in Ancient Mud: A Biosignature?
Chiral Molecule Detected in Interstellar Space
Rise in Earths Oxygen Timed to the Rise of Animals
*Accepted by NASA SMD