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Biosignatures Across Space and Time

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20/05/2014 - 22/05/2014
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This meeting will to bring together astronomers, geologists, biologists and other interested scientists to share interdisciplinary approaches to detect signs of life on early Earth and other celestial bodies (including exoplanets) and to elucidate the environmental limits and origins of life. It will take place in the gorgeous landscape of the Norwegian Fjordland.

Keynote speakers:
Janice Bishop, SETI, USA
Martin Brasier, Oxford University, UK
Sherry Cady, Portland State University, USA
Chris German, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA
Charles Cockell, University of Edinburgh, UK
Robert Hazen, Carnegie Institution of Washington, USA
Jes Jørgensen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Nikku Madhusudhan, University of Cambridge, UK
John Parkes, Cardiff University, UK
John Parnell, University of Aberdeen, UK
Mark Sephton, Imperial College, UK
Xander Tielens, Leiden University, The Netherlands
J. Hunter Waite, South West Research Institute, USA
Frances Westall, CNRS, Orleans, France
Martin Whitehouse, Natural History Museum, Stockholm, Sweden

Scientific sessions:
• Formation and detection of complex molecules in the interstellar medium
• Organic molecules in planetary and satellite atmospheres
• Remote Sensing of Planetary Surfaces
• Characterisation of exoplanets and their atmospheres
• Meteroite Bombardment and Prebiotic Chemistry on the Hadean Earth
• Early Earth Habitable Environments: Oceans, Atmosphere & Crustal Growth
• Earliest Fingerprints for Life on Earth
• Impacts and their role in the evolution transfer and possible detection of life
• Biomineralisation & life in sediments
• Deep Sea Hydrothermal Vents & Biomarkers from Subseafloor Life
• Archaea & Biomarkers for Life in Extreme Environments

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