Welcome to gURLs in space. We started this blog as a way to highlight the important work of women in fields related to the space sciences. Women are still dramatically underrepresented in many scientific fields relevant to the exploration of space, and we’re hoping to help change that.
The atmospheric conditions associated with the unprecedented drought in California are very likely linked to human-caused climate change, researchers report.
You think your life is fast-paced, but have you ever seen a bacterium swim across your countertop? You’d be surprised
Sep 17, 2014
This week’s Science Nation video features research at the Center for Chemical Evolution (CCE), headquartered at Georgia Tech. Nicholas Hud and a team from the CCE are working to understand the origins of life on Earth by studying how chain-like chemicals called polymers first came together to form RNA and DNA. The CCE is co-funded by the NASA Astrobiology program and the National Science Foundation (NSF Centers for Chemical Innovation (CCI) program.