Education and Outreach

NASA Astobiology Institute Research Scholarship Awardees

By Keith Cowing
November 30, 2010

The NAI has awarded the following students and postdoctoral fellows with travel awards:

Chris Glein, a graduate student at Arizona State University, will present a paper at the European Planetary Science Conference in Rome, Italy.

Weifu Guo, Postdoctoral Fellow at the Carnegie Institution of Washington, will travel to JPL to use the tunable laser spectroscopy facilities.

Amy Kelly, a Postdoctoral Fellow will travel between the University of California, Riverside and Arizona State University to continue her research by measuring transition metal isotope ratios in ancient rocks.

Anna Roussanova, a graduate student at the University of Hawaii, will attend the Saas-Fee Winter School, “From Planets to Life”, in Villars-sur-Ollon, Switzerland.

For more information on the NAI Research Scholarship Program: [Source: NAI Newsletter]

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