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#EAI Bi-Monthly Seminars:

“Duality in the Search for Our Nearest Neighbors: Abiotic Chemistry’s Place in Life  30 May 16:00 CEST
By Kristin N. Johnson-Finn, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, USA

#EAI Space Humanities Seminars: Coming soon

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The EAI Seminars offer a platform for scientists to present and discuss some of the most interesting topics in the Astrobiology world.

The Space Humanities seminars

This sery of Seminars is Organised by the “Historical, Philosophical, Societal and Ethical Issues in Astrobiology” EAI Working Group

The following seminar talks are planned for autumn 2022.

26/10 13:00 – 15:00 CEST (UTC + 02:00)
 “The post-colonial world-making of international space law” Markus Gunneflo, Lund University 

24/11 15:00 -17: CET (UTC + 01:00)
 “Bernal Spheres, Space Farming, and Visions of Sustainability in the 1920s and 1970s” Jimmy Jönsson. Lund University.

8 December 15:15-17:00 CET
“Mars as a Dream Laboratory: On the Politics and Utopia of Contemporary Semi-Fictional Accounts of Mars Exploration and Colonization” Associate Professor Michael Godhe, Department of Culture and Society, Linköping University

16 January 2023, 15.30-17:00
“What Price a Martian? Human Limits to Exploring the Red Planet”
By Jim Pawelczyk, Physiologist and Astronaut, NASA’s Biological and Physical Sciences Advisory Committee
Hydrib Meeting, on Zoom and at Lundmarkssalen, Astronomihuset, Sölvegatan 27, Lund
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The seminars are open to anyone interested in human and societal aspects of space exploration.

Frequently asked questions

The seminars explore various topics in the Astrobiology world, such as exoplanets, biosignatures, planet formation, and many more. 

The seminars are available for free. 

Anyone is most welcome to join.