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2022 May 2014
Bergen, Hordaland, Norway
Registration deadline
Mar 31, 2014
Nordic Network of Astrobiology
Contact address
Dr. D Wolf Geppert
Roslagstullsbacken 21


Biosignatures across space and time

This meeting will to bring together astronomers, geologists, biologists and other interested scientists to share interdisciplinary approaches to detect signs of life on early Earth and other celestial bodies (including exoplanets) and to elucidate the environmental limits and origins of life.

Scientific sessions are planned for the following subjects:

•Formation and detection of complex molecules in the interstellar medium

•Organic molecules in planetary and satellite atmospheres

•Remote Sensing of Planetary Surfaces

•Characterisation of exoplanets and their atmospheres

•Meteroite Bombardment and Prebiotic Chemistry on the Hadean Earth

•Early Earth Habitable Environments: Oceans, Atmosphere & Crustal Growth

•Earliest Fingerprints for Life on Earth

•Impacts and their role in the evolution transfer and possible detection of life
•Biomineralisation & life in sediments
•Deep Sea Hydrothermal Vents & Biomarkers from Subseafloor Life
•Archea & Biomarkers for Life in Extreme Environments

The meeting is open to all interested scientists. However, the organisers will not issue any invitations for participants to obtain visa for attending the meeting.

The meeting is co-organised by the Nordic Network of Astrobiology and the Centre of Geobiology at the University of Bergen and will take place from 20 to 22 May 2014 at the University of Bergen. For further information about the event, accesss the website of the conference: