Buried ancient rivers and missing martians– our Friday round-up of science headlines!
Posts Tagged ‘Life’
The Academy’s Stan Blum works in Biodiversity Informatics– he documents what lives where.
James Cameron and a team of scientists have found diverse life deep in the ocean. Have they also found the origins of life?
Two researchers hypothesize that an asteroid belt, just the right size and distance from its star, might be necessary for a star system to support a life-bearing planet.
Imagine having a tapeworm named after you…
Plants shaped the surface of Earth, affecting the oceans and climate of our planet as they began to appear 470 million years ago.
Lakes under Europa’s surface could hold the key to life on Jupiter’s icy moon.
The Kepler mission is already providing diverse data on exoplanets– might it also find life?
Yes… but the ocean and its population will be very different.
Did a moon form Saturn’s rings? Do the building blocks for life exist on Titan? Seltzer water inside Enceladus? Here are three recent headlines about Saturn’s moons.