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2004 Annual Science Report

Pennsylvania State University Reporting  |  JUL 2003 – JUN 2004

Executive Summary

The Evolution of a Habitable Planet

The Penn State Astrobiology Research Center (PSARC), created in 1998 as part of the NASA Astrobiology Institute, currently comprises 17 (Co)-PIs and their research teams from The Pennsylvania State University (Mike Arthur, Sue Brantley, Jean Brenchley, Will Castleman, Greg Ferry, Kate Freeman, Blair Hedges, Chris House, Jim Kasting, Lee Kump, Hiroshi Ohmoto, Mark Patzkowsky, Steinn Sigurdsson, and Alex Wolszczan), The University of Pittsburgh (Rosemary Capo and Brian Stewart), and SUNY Stony Brook (Martin Schoonen). During the period of July 1, 2003 — June 30, 2004 , PSARC has supported all or part of the research/education/PO activities carried out by 65 persons (17 (Co-)PIs, 7 research associates and postdoctoral fellows, 22 graduate students, 12 undergraduate students, 3 technicians, and 6 staff in administration/IT/EPO). In addition, 30 Associate Members for Research (who are mostly professors at ... Continue reading.

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