2014 Santander Summer School: Habitable Environments in the UniverseJune 27, 2014
The 2014 International Summer School in Astrobiology was held at the summer campus of the Spanish National University (UIMP), Palacio de la Magdalena, Santander, Spain on June 23-27, 2014.
This year’s theme was “Habitable Environments in the Universe.” The school provided an interdisciplinary examination of the nature and evaluation of habitability, an environment’s ability to support life. Topics covered included life’s requirements and the limits of life, the factors that affect habitability for local and global environments, and potentially habitable environments in our Solar System and on extrasolar planets.
Prof. Rory Barnes (University of Washington)
Dr. Tori Hoehler (NASA Ames)
Prof. Olivier Grasset (Université de Nantes)
Dr. Ricardo Amils (Centro de Astrobiologia)
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Summer School Scholars
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NAI – NASA Astrobiology Institute
CAB – Spanish Centro de Astrobiología
ESA – European Space Agency
UIMP – Universidad Internacional Menendez Pelayo
- 2017 - Exoplanet Habitability
- 2016 - Earth Analog Environments and the Search for Life Beyond the Earth
- 2015 - The Origin of Life: From Monomers to Cells
- 2014 - Habitable Environments in the Universe
- 2013 - Biosignatures: The Fingerprints of Life
- 2012 - Origins of the Building Blocks for Life
- 2011 - Mars Exploration: Unveiling a Habitable Planet
- 2010 - Extrasolar Planets and Habitability
- 2009 - Earth's Extremophiles and Extraterrestrial Habitability