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How did life on Earth begin?

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.
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The Sense of Place: an Astrobiological Point of View on the 2014 Physiology Nobel Prize

Okay, stay with me, guys. I’m about to say something you might not like… How

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At a recent NASA conference, a panel of exoplanet scientists held a lively
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Interview
Dr. Phoebe A. Cohen is a Professor of Geosciences at Williams College and
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Expedition
The thought that alien fishes, sharks and squids could be chasing each other
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Uma espaçonave extraterrestre à espreita na órbita de um satélite próximo à Terra
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Understanding how permanent an atmosphere is, where it came from and most importantly,
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