In recent days I’ve had some interesting conversations. There’s a giddiness going around, related to an outpouring of science love – the kind you get from President Obama introducing TV science shows, the kind that has wonderful visuals, but is, well, a wee bit simplistic (a sin that none of us could ever, ever be [...]
A simulation of Sputnik Planum's formation supports the idea of a deep, salty ocean
Titan's lake depressions may form as its organic crust is dissolved by liquid hydrocarbons.
I spent some of last week at a fascinating and lively symposium on the origins of life and the search for life in the universe, held at the Earth-Life Science Institute (ELSI) at the Tokyo Institute of Technology.
Primordial gases confirm the cause of the East African Rift