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Julia DeMarines

About Julia DeMarines

Julia DeMarines, M.Sc., is an astrobiologist working at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science as the Research Assistant to the Curator of Astrobiology (David Grinspoon). Currently she is working on constraints for life on Titan as well as E/PO for the Mars Science Lab's instrument called Radiation Assessment Detector (RAD) currently en route to Mars. She recently received her M.Sc in Space Studies from the International Space University in Strasbourg, France. She received her undergraduate degree in Astronomy with a minor in Geology from the University of Colorado. Her research focus has been primarily on the remote detection of biosignatures on extrasolar atmospheres, social implications of Astrobiology and messaging to Extraterrestrial Intelligence (METI). You might find Julia trail running, bike riding, rock climbing, cooking up a vegan storm, sleeping in obscure places, wearing superman underwear and cracking jokes.

  • Astrobiology Research Focus Group Applications DUE TODAY!

    Hello! If you are planning on attending the Astrobiology Graduate Student Conference (AbGradCon) in August, please consider applying for the 4th annual Research Focus Group (RFG). The research focus group is an intensive (BUT FUN) three day workshop (August 24-26th) designed to group students from different research backgrounds to come together and
  • in response to “Why Astrobiology”

    Shawn here: the following is a comment made by Julia DeMarines on Dimitra’s post on “Why Astrobiology.” Betül asked Julia to re-post is as a “PaleBlue.you” entry… beating me to the punch, as I was going to ask her to do the same thing. Anyways, here’s one good, enthusiastic take on “why astrobiology.” ————————— Betül