EarthTalks explores societal impacts of origin of life and space sciences

Origin of life and space science research may happen on faraway places like the moon and Mars, but it has direct impacts on Earth. Chris House, professor of geosciences at Penn State, will share several origins research discoveries and their societal impacts at the next EarthTalks seminar at 4 p.m. Monday, Feb. 10, in 112 Walker Building at University Park. The talk is free and open to the public.


Chris House, professor of geosciences at Penn State.

Chris House, professor of geosciences at Penn State, will share several origin of life and space science research discoveries and their societal impacts at the next EarthTalks seminar at 4 p.m. Monday, Feb. 10, in 112 Walker Building.

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House’s presentation is part of the spring 2020 EarthTalks series, “Societal Problems, EESI Science towards Solutions.” The series features scientists from Penn State’s Earth and Environmental Systems Institute and explores the human impacts on the global environment and how to apply this knowledge to decision-making. The series runs every Monday through April 27 in 112 Walker Building.

The spring 2020 EarthTalks series is supported by the Earth and Environmental Systems Institute.

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