(Link) “How (on Earth) did life start”

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Originally presented on ZOOM 14th March at 7pm

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Originally presented on ZOOM 14th March at 7pm

DVDs also available

 

 

ABOUT THE LECTURE 

We still don’t know how life can start, but this talk looks at the Earth and why it is a good place, with a bottom up view of what is needed to get the biochemistry going.  Then a top down look at what we have today with DNA etc, working back to the simpler molecules and structures from which today’s processes probably arose.  That leaves a gap, but it’s getting smaller!

 

ABOUT THE SPEAKER:

James Fradgley FRAS, MSc, MInstP, BA Physics and Astronomy

James describes himself as more of a theoretician than a practical observational astronomer.  He gives many talks, mostly to astronomical societies.  He also always has had an interest in biology and genetics and was a field researcher for the Peppered Moth study under Kettlewell.

 

 

 

 

 

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