Check out this week's NASA ScienceCast, which I helped on a bit! Thanks to Mars maven Lisa May for doing a fabulous job (as always) with the audio.
So a paper I was on got some press this week... and for a change it was a paper that I wanted to get some attention. It contained, ya know... data and stuff. What did it say? Well, it was all about the atmosphere of the Earth at a time when there is had
Watch the FameLab UK final! It will be aired starting at 3PM EST at the following URL: http://famelab.org/uk/ Not sure who's competing, or how much astrobiology there will be, but it will give you a good idea of what the public event at next month's AbSciCon will look like.
Friday night, we held out last FameLab Astrobiology regional preliminary, with the "regional finals" held at the National Geographic Society's Grosvenor Auditorium. It was wonderful! We had well over 200 attendees, and they interacted with the performers as they presented science in 3 minutes or less without any slides. National Geographic also provided two judges