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Message 1763937 - Posted: 10 Feb 2016, 19:53:55 UTC
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Berkeley SETI Research Center's Dr. Steve Croft, in collaboration with colleagues at UC Museum of Paleontology and the Space Sciences Laboratory's "Multiverse" education group have put together an educational site focusing on the conditions needed for life to arise in the Universe. Although aimed primarily at high school teachers and their students, this material may be of interest to broader audiences. In the "Research Profiles" section of the site you can also find an interview with BSRC's Dr. Eric Korpela, Director of SETI@home.
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Message 1767182 - Posted: 24 Feb 2016, 2:03:58 UTC - in response to Message 1763937.  

On the lookout for angles to re-engage some young people with learning, and this has been a nice find. Thanks. :-)
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Message 1767213 - Posted: 24 Feb 2016, 5:37:31 UTC - in response to Message 1763937.  

Hi Steve Thanks for the the info, I've been looking for some good education material
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Message 1768445 - Posted: 28 Feb 2016, 21:30:01 UTC

Hi Steve.
You've done a great job ! Thanks a lot.
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