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EANA 2023 Conference

Conference programme

The full programme can be downloaded as PDF using the following link: EANA schedule (version from 30/08/2023).

18 September 2023
19 September 2023
20 September 2023
21 September 2023
22 September 2023
AbGradE'23 and
EANA Council Meeting
Space Missions and
Space Instuments
Space Factor
Bioethics and Outreach
AbGradE'23 and
EANA Council Meeting
Prebiotic Chemistry
Biosignatures and
Poster session 1
Poster session 2
Conference dinner
Poster session 3
Visit to Natural History
Museum or CAB

Detailed programme and abstracts

Tuesday, 19 September 2023

Opening Ceremony
19/09 09:00-10:20Welcome Words (Different representatives)
Session: Space Missions and Space Instrumentation (Part 1)
19/09 10:45-11:15Keynote ExoMars/Rosalind Franklin Mission Update (Jorge L. Vago)
19/09 11:15-11:30Mapping Martian Ice & Implications for Astrobiology: contributions of the International Mars Ice Mapper Mission (Eleonora Ammannito)
19/09 11:30-11:45Separating Cells from Martian Regolith and Using their Motility as a Biosignature (Max Riekeles)
19/09 11:45-12:00Refining the analysis of organic-clay samples with Raman spectroscopy for planetary exploration (Carolina Gil-Lozano)
19/09 12:00-12:15Simulating a manned mission for exploring a Martian cave: Challenges and constraints in the search for life with Raman spectroscopy, Immunosensor, and DNA sequencer instruments (Antonio Molina)
19/09 12:15-12:30Mars exploration and planetary protection - what do we need to know to avoid an unwanted contamination? (Petra Rettberg)
19/09 12:30-12:45Unavoidable Extinctions in Ecosystems of Extreme Isolation (Eftychia Symeonidou)
19/09 12:45-13:00Astrobiology results from EuroMoonMars data analysis & analogous campaigns (Okta Swida)
Session: Space Missions and Space Instrumentation (Part 2)
19/09 14:15-14:30A new methodology to analyse non-destructively organic compounds in the Mars sample return samples (Coloma Leire)
19/09 14:30-14:45Design of a High-Resolution Spectrometer for an Atmospheric Observation Mission inside the INTA´s SmallSat Constellation Program (ANSER) (Carmen Vázquez Pérez)
19/09 14:45-15:00The Biopause Project: Balloon Experiments to Determine the Upper Boundary of the Terrestrial Biosphere (Sohsuke Ohno)
19/09 15:00-15:15Current status of the post-Tanpopo space exposure experiments (Hajime Mita)
19/09 15:15-15:30May dwarf bean plants withstand ionizing radiation? Testing the possibility of obtaining food in Space extreme environment (Ermenegilda Vitale)
19/09 15:30-15:45Mission to Small Bodies In-Situ Investigations – Example on Mascot Lander (Christian Krause)
19/09 15:45-16:00TRIPLE-IceCraft – A new platform for transport of scientific payloads for in-situ measurements in the ice, under the ice and beyond (Clemens Espe)
Session: Exoplanets
19/09 16:30-16:45Searching for planets with reducing atmospheric conditions (Lena Noack)
19/09 16:45-17:00Tidal evolution of close-in terrestrial exoplanets (Michaela Walterova)
19/09 17:00-17:15The role of the host star in assessing the prevalence of Earth-like Habitats (Manuel Scherf)
19/09 17:15-17:30The KOBE experiment and the K-dwarf advantage to search for life in distant planetary systems (Amadeo Castro-González)
19/09 17:30-17:45Testing the viability of simulated K-dwarf radiation for phototrophic life on Earth (Iva Vilović)
19/09 17:45-18:00Global transcriptomic profiling of two cyanobacteria exposed to a simulated m-dwarf starlight spectrum combined with anoxic atmospheres (Mariano Battistuzzi)
Poster Session 1 and Ice-Breaker
19/09 18:00-20:00Poster abstracts are listed below (P1)

Wednesday, 20 September 2023

20/09 09:00-09:30Keynote Making biochemistry-free life in a test tube (J. Perez-Mercader)
Session: Space Factor (Part 1)
20/09 09:30-09:40Intro Space Factor (Marta Cortesão & Stella Koch)
20/09 09:40-09:50From satellites to peptides: Unraveling the microbial diversity of high-altitude Andean lakes by Tandem-Mass-Proteotyping (Katharina Runzheimer)
20/09 09:50-10:00Survivability of Xanthoria parietina in simulated Mars conditions for 30 days (Christian Lorenz)
20/09 10:00-10:10Combined remote sensing and laboratory analysis to search for signs of life on Europa (Silvia Pagnoscin)
20/09 10:10-10:20Photosynthetic Biosignatures: Biogenic Oxygen Production Under Far-red Light and Transcriptomic Response in Cyanobacteria (Rohan Shiradhonkar)
20/09 10:20-10:30Investigation of the physiological response of cold-adapted microorganisms to extreme environmental stress factors (Tommaso Zaccaria)
20/09 10:30-10:40Laboratory analyses of organo-sulfate samples to support Mars 2020 and ExoMars rovers organic detections (Andrew Alberini)
20/09 10:40-10:50Beyond the Solar System: Search for Microbial Life on Exoplanets and the Role of Melanin (Afonso Mota)
Session: Space Factor (Part 2)
20/09 11:20-11:30Photosynthesis under far-red enriched spectra and anoxic atmospheres: Synechococcus sp. PCC7335 for astrobiotechnological applications (Elisabetta Liistro)
20/09 11:30-11:40Filamentous fungi for sustainable resource utilization in space habitats (Inês Figueiredo)
20/09 11:40-11:50Feasibility of Photosynthesis around Red Dwarf Stars: A Thermodynamic Model (Samir Chitnavis)
20/09 11:50-12:00Ethanolamine ices: experiments in simulated space conditions (Sole Biancalani)
20/09 12:00-12:10Engineering perchlorate resistance in cyanobacteria to enable long-term bioregenerative life support systems for crewed Mars missions (David Rodrigues)
20/09 12:10-12:20Evaluation of biosignature degradation under Martian conditions by Raman spectroscopy, in situ during proton irradiation (Rebecca Martellotti)
20/09 12:20-12:30Horizontal gene transfer in space – preparation of the ISS experiment Bacterial Conjugation – (Johanna Piepjohn)
20/09 12:30-12:40There & Back again: Developing a tool for testing of antimicrobial surfaces for space habitat design (Carolin Krämer)
20/09 12:40-12:45Closing (Marta Cortesão & Stella Koch)
Session: Astrochemistry
20/09 14:30-14:45The GUAPOS project. IV: The chemical ingredients of a massive stellar protocluster in the making (Álvaro López-Gallifa)
20/09 14:45-15:00Molecular precursors of the RNA-world in the interstellar medium: the chemical mine found in the G+0.693-0.027 molecular cloud (Víctor M. Rivilla)
20/09 15:00-15:15H2CN/H2NC abundance ratio: a new potential temperature tracer for the interstellar medium (David San Andrés)
20/09 15:15-15:30Synthesis of complex nitrogen-bearing molecules from UV irradiation of methylamine ice samples (Héctor Carrascosa)
20/09 15:30-15:45A machine learning model to predict the composition and temperature of infrared ice spectra (Andrés Megías)
20/09 15:45-16:00Low-temperatures for Raman analysis of astrobiologically relevant samples (Julene Aramendia)
Session: Prebiotic Chemistry and the Origin of Life
20/09 16:30-16:45Stability of complex amino acid precursors of interstellar origin in space (Kensei Kobayashi)
20/09 16:45-17:00Exploring the Prebiotic Chemistry of Europa (Alex H. Corrigan)
20/09 17:00-17:15The Effect of UV-Irradiation on Glycine in Prebiotic Ferrocyanide Ponds (Luise Jumpertz)
20/09 17:15-17:30Mineral-cyanide interaction under plausible prebiotic chemical conditions using LIBS detection (Antonio López-García)
20/09 17:30-17:45A new approach in prebiotic chemistry studies: Spectroscopic study of Proline sorption triggered by mineral surfaces. (Eva Mateo-Marti)
20/09 17:45-18:00Metal/ADP complex as prebiotic precursor to ATP for ribonucleotide phosphorylation (Silvana Pinna)
Poster Session 2
20/09 18:00-19:30Poster abstracts are listed below (P2)
Conference Gala Dinner

Thursday, 21 September 2023

Session: Planetary Habitability (Part 1)
21/09 09:15-09:45Keynote C-H-N-O-P-S, Hydrothermal Activity and Complex Organics: Exploring the Habitability of Ocean Worlds (Nozair Khawaja)
21/09 09:45-10:00Mesospheric water vapor and water vapor isotopic ratio from SOIR/Venus Express (Arnaud Mahieux)
21/09 10:00-10:15A New Era For Planetary Protection: The Probabilistic Approach (Karen Olsson-Francis)
21/09 10:15-10:30How can biosignatures be found on Mars (Jennifer Huidobro)
21/09 10:30-10:45Magnesium-Sulfate-Tolerant Endoliths from Enhanced Mojave Mars Simulant (Callum Fraser)
21/09 10:45-11:00Survival of bacteria and fungi under simulated Mars-like subsurface conditions (Florian Carlo Fischer)
Session: Planetary Habitability (Part 2)
21/09 11:30-11:45Archean iron and phosphorus cycling and carbonate precipitation: implications for ancient life on Mars (Fuencisla Cañadas)
21/09 11:45-12:00Searching for Water on Mars: The Role of Hygroscopic Salts and Nontronite Clay in Liquid Salty Water Formation and Retention. (Trung Nguyen)
21/09 12:00-12:15Active microbial sulfur cycling in the Western Sahara salt plains and implications for life on early Mars (Velislava I. Ilieva)
21/09 12:15-12:30Perchlorates on Mars: A Microbial Killer or a Life-Supporting Agent? (Jacob Heinz)
21/09 12:30-12:45Insights into the Habitability of Martian Brines: Adaptation Mechanisms of a non-halophilic Microbe to Sodium Perchlorate (Lea Doris Friedel Kloss)
21/09 12:45-13:00Perchlorate salts lower the vitrification point of Bacillus Subtilis to temperatures lower than those expected beneath the Martian south pole (Stewart Gault)
Session: Biosignatures and Biogeology (Part 1)
21/09 14:30-14:45The habitability of chemically distinct aqueous martian environments (Michael C. Macey)
21/09 14:45-15:00Raman spectroscopy study of the degradation of astrobiological materials under simulated Martian particle irradiation (Frédéric Foucher)
21/09 15:00-15:15Biosignature stability in space enables their use for life detection on Mars: Results of the BIOMEX experiment in LEO (Mickaël Baqué)
21/09 15:15-15:30Unveiling chemical biosignatures in Mars analog lava tubes (Vera Palma)
21/09 15:30-15:45Sulfur isotopes variation as a record of biological and inorganic processes at the Mars Analogue of Rio Tinto, SW of Spain, and its implications on Mars Sample Return Missions (Esther Velasco)
21/09 15:45-16:00How to search for fossil life in returned martian samples? (Laura Clodoré)
Session: Biosignatures and Biogeology (Part 2)
21/09 16:30-16:45What is a biosignature and how to detect life? – An answer from a Biologist (Jean-Pierre Paul de Vera)
21/09 16:45-17:00Remote detection of life through full-Stokes spectropolarimetry in the visible (Lucas Patty)
21/09 17:00-17:15An Immunoanalytical Approach for Detecting and Identifying Ancestral Peptide Biomarkers in Early Earth Analogue Environments (Rita Severino)
21/09 17:15-17:30Molecular and isotopic fingerprints of life in Laguna Diamante, an arsenic-rich Andean lake with interest for early life (Laura Sánchez-García)
21/09 17:30-17:45Unearthing the Volcanic Legacy: Exploring the intriguing presence of organic compounds in volcanic samples from Meñakoz, Biscay. (Julene Aramendia)
21/09 17:45-18:00Interaction of microbial biomass with cryogenic mineral phases during freezing of Europa-relevant brines (Alvaro del Moral)
Poster Session 3
21/09 18:00-19:30Poster abstracts are listed below (P3)

Friday, 22 September 2023

Session: Life Sciences and Extremophiles (Part 1)
22/09 09:00-09:30Keynote Brine Biosignatures: New Tools for Analyzing Microbial Biomolecules Contained in Halite Fluid Inclusions (Adrienne Kish)
22/09 09:30-09:45Exploring Microbial Communities in a High-Altitude Andean Lake: Analogous Environments Shedding Light on Noachian-Hesperian Mars (Ben Tatton)
22/09 09:45-10:00The hidden microbial ecosystem in the perennial ice from a Pyrenean ice cave (Víctor Muñoz-Hisado)
22/09 10:00-10:15Composition and metabolic profiles of microbial communities in Antarctic dry soils and rocks as a model for Mars explorations (Fabiana Canini)
22/09 10:15-10:30Molding the Future: Harnessing the Radioprotective Power of Black Mold for Bioshielding Applications in Future Space Missions (Stella Marie Koch)
22/09 10:30-10:45Physiological adaptations of the brine shrimp A. Salina to simulated Mars pressure: a model for astrobiological studies (Maria Teresa Muscari Tomajoli)
Session: Life Sciences and Extremophiles (Part 2)
22/09 11:30-11:45The Space Omics and Simulated Microgravity lab: Two decades of CSIC leadership in Europe and Services provided to the Space Biology and Astrobiology communities in Spain (Raúl Herranz)
22/09 11:45-12:00Virus evolution at low host density depending on the environmental temperature (Mara Laguna-Castro)
Session: Bioethics and Outreach
22/09 12:00-12:15A walk in the “Planetary Park”: How should we protect key sites on the Martian surface? (Eleonora Zanus)
22/09 12:15-12:30Exploration of the Moon between communication and science (Biagio Ambrosio)
Award and Closing ceremony
22/09 12:30-13:15Award and Closing ceremony (EANA President)
After conference activity: Visit to Natural History Museum or CAB

Poster Session 1

P1A Poster: Astrochemistry
P1A.01Astrochemical and astrobiological applications of the Laser Induced Breakdown/Plasma Spectroscopy (LIB/PS) technique (Dimitra Argyrou)
P1A.02The GUAPOS project: A comprehensive study of peptide-like bond molecules (Laura Colzi)
P1A.03Chemical Evolution of Acetic Acid-bearing Ices under Interstellar Conditions (C. del Burgo-Olivares)
P1A.04A theoretical approach to the complex chemical evolution of phosphorus in the interstellar medium (Marina Fernández-Ruz)
P1A.05Discovery of the elusive carbonic acid (HOCOOH) in space (Miguel Sanz-Novo)
P1A.06Hydrogenation of CO, H2CO, and CH3CHO alongside NO in the interstellar medium (Julie Vitorino)
P1B Poster: Prebiotic Chemistry and the Origin of Life
P1B.02Abiotic synthesis and bioaffinity detection of a key peptide in the manipulation of phosphate groups (Eduardo Alonso-Pintado)
P1B.03A protection mechanism against micrometeorite organic matter ablation during the terrestrial atmospheric entry (Mariana Amador-Ortega)
P1B.04Mineral Surfaces as Information Storages for Prebiotic Chemical Reaction Networks (Dimitra Demertzi)
P1B.05Interaction of L-cystine dimer adsorbed on pyrite surfaces under environmental conditions relevant in prebiotic chemistry context (Galvez-Martinez, Santos)
P1B.06Chiral symmetry breaking in helical flow devices: Theoretical basis and numerical modeling with application to experimental design. (Isabel Herreros)
P1B.07High temperature prebiotic scenarios: thermal HCN polymerization from aminomalononitrile (Carlos Hortelano)
P1B.09Simulation of a prebiotic carbonate-rich pond to investigate the effect of UV radiation on glycine (Salomé Lagasse de Locht)
P1B.10The significant influence of the ammonium cation in the HCN wet chemistry (Marta Ruiz-Bermejo)
P1B.11Interaction between nucleic acids and proteinoid microspheres (Sayaka Takahashi)
P1B.12Analysis of the early evolution of the translation system based on the ancestral sequence resurrection of tRNA (Shin-ichi Yokobori)
P1C Poster: Space Missions and Space Instrumentation
P1C.01Red Stone a new site located in the Atacama Desert and most likely the best analod model of Mars on Earth (Armando Azua-Bustos)
P1C.02Space Magnetism activities for planetary exploration (Marina Díaz Michelena)
P1C.03Ma_MISS spectrometer on Rosalind Franklin rover: exploring the Martian subsurface (M. Cristina De Sanctis)
P1C.04HALO - An alternative earth-bound microgravity platform for experiments under weightlessness (Clemens Espe)
P1C.05Design, manufacturing, and characterization of reflective diffraction gratings operating at the terahertz range for space applications (Gonzalo García-Lozano)
P1C.07Alanine as a remote sensing tool for the search of amino acids and enantiomeric excess in the Solar System (Ana de Isidro)
P1C.08Unveiling the Time Course of Upregulated Targets in Extreme Life Resistance through Three Years of In-Orbit Exposure of Deinococcus radiodurans during Tanpopo Mission (Pamela Guerillot)
P1C.09Direct exposure experiment of the Deinococcus radiodurans cell pellets to space at the InternationalSpace Station (Kana Hirayama)
P1C.10Synthesis of nucleotides by VUV irradiation in Tanpopo-5 space exposure experiments (Mutsuki Koyanagi)
P1C.11Exploring the global transport and sedimentation of the Martian Dust: Implications for planetary habitability research and aircraft sterilizing aspects (María ángeles López-Cayuela)
P1C.12Development of a cyanobacterial biosensor for real-time monitoring of space radiation response (Costanza Maria Martella)
P1C.13Summer School at Vulcano 2023: Students interacting with a natural laboratory for marine, terrestrial-planetary science, technology and robotics + agriculture (Giulia Maria Ronca)
P1C.15The OxR project: A novel device for Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) detection for astrobiology and planetary research (Hector-Andreas Stavrakakis)
P1C.16Vulcano Field Analogue Mission: Rover Panoramic and Stereo Camera Image for Exolife Exploration (Okta Bramantio Swida)
P1C.17Lunar and Martian Astrobiology Exploration Analogue Mission during Vulcano Summer School 2023 (Okta Bramantio Swida)
P1D Poster: Exoplanets
P1D.01syntos: a theoretical model of star and exoplanet emission spectra (Azzurra D’Alessandro)
P1D.02Characterizing of K2-OjOS Exoplanets: A Comprehensive Analysis of Size, Mass, and Volatile Retention Capacities (Susana del Carmen Fernández)
P1D.03LIFE - Large Interferometer For Exoplanets: Search for biosignatures and signs of habitable worlds for temperate zone planets (Lena Noack)

Poster Session 2

P2A Poster: Planetary Habitability
P2A.01Looking for analogs for Early Earth habitats in the Araguainha Dome Impact Structure (Jitse Alsemgeest)
P2A.02The survivability of cyanobacteria on lunar rocks, their relevance for future space travel and possible causes for the changes in their cells (Timo Babel)
P2A.03Geomicrobiological characterization of Antarctic sandstones – Preliminary results (Cassaro Alessia)
P2A.04Clathrite: the carbonate fossil rock that preserve the signals of dissociated clathrate hydrates (Ana de Dios Cubillas)
P2A.052D hydraulic modelling of the paleolakes in ancient Mars, Gusev Crater (Susana del Carmen Fernández Menéndez)
P2A.06Architectural contribution to planetary habitability (Yasmina Eid-Macheh-Sánchez)
P2A.07Ion exchange selectivity in Ceres’ smectite clays (Maite Fernández-Sampedro)
P2A.08Survival on Mars: an astrobiological study in a simulated space environment at the University of Vigo (Rita Franco)
P2A.09Perchlorate Stress Responses of Haloferax volcanii and their Implications on the Habitability of Mars (Anne Gries)
P2A.10Habitability of icy moon subsurface oceans: limits of microbial growth in ammonia and alkaline brines (Cassie Hopton)
P2A.11A biogeochemical multi-characterisation of Laguna Verde samples (Salar Antofalla, Argentina), a hypersaline lake as a potential Mars Analogue (Juan Manuel Madariaga)
P2A.12Dating Structures of Astrobiological Interest On Mars (Federico Mansilla)
P2A.13Non-thermal plasma treatment as a priming agent for Lepidium sativum and Sinapsis Alba seeds in simulated Martian conditions (Nigel Mason)
P2A.14Polyacrylic Acid (PAA) Hydrogels in Simulated Martian Conditions as an oxygen delivery method for plant growth and germination (Nigel Mason)
P2A.15A path to bioremediation of perchlorate in Martian regolith – Martian agriculture (Nigel Mason)
P2A.16Unveiling the hydrological past of a potentially favorable environment for life: Coprates Catena (Mars) (Antonio Molina or Isabel Herreros)
P2A.17Study of environmental variables at Elysium Planitia to understand the preservation of possible biosignatures (María Ruíz-Pérez)
P2A.18Mars in the Earth (Jesús Manuel Sobrado Vallecillo)
P2B Poster: Biosignatures and Biogeology
P2B.01Characteristics of Greek Martian and Lunar Simulants: Insights from the initial development (Dimitra Argyrou)
P2B.02Protein preservation by martian regolith simulants under Mars surface conditions. (Miguel Arribas-Tiemblo)
P2B.03Impact crater ejecta as a potential target for extraterrestrial biosignature exploration (Daniel Carrizo)
P2B.04Characterization and paleoreconstruction of a polar lacustrine environment using lipid biomarkers (Pablo L. Finkel)
P2B.05Detection of indigenous organic matter in rocks from the interpretation of carbon molecular forms in the laser-induced plasma (Laura García-Gomez)
P2B.06Effects of gamma radiation on immunosensors and their implications in planetary exploration (Pedro Mustieles-del-Ser)
P2B.07Raman study of the stability of biosignatures on lichens after space and Mars like conditions (Maria Rosa Lopez-Ramirez )
P2B.08Microbial volatile organic compounds from halophilic Greenlandic bacteria as potential biomarkers (Miguel Ángel Salinas García)
P2B.09Acidic pit lakes: hot spots of extremophile microbiology and geomicrobial interactions with a high astrobiological interest (Javier Sánchez-España)
P2B.10Pursuing the Detection of a “Living Pulse” in Microorganisms (Dirk Schulze-Makuch)
P2B.11Characterization of the biosignature of stromatolites of different ages (upper Proterozoic, Silurian, and Cretaceous) using Raman spectroscopy (Sebastián Alejandro Valencia Meza)

Poster Session 3

P3A Poster: Life Sciences and Extremophiles
P3A.01Characterization of halophiles from the extreme environment of Tso kar region of Ladakh: Potential Mars Analogue Site. (Sahaj Bharindwal)
P3A.02Contribute of Desert Cyanobacteria to the Search for Life Elsewhere (Daniela Billi)
P3A.03Thermophiles on icy moons of Jupiter and Saturn? A surprising find in the subglacial Antarctic Lake Vostok (Sergey Bulat)
P3A.04Study and culture of marine tardigrades: a tool for astrobiology research at the University of Vigo (Cintia Cabada)
P3A.05Recommendations to develop the Space Omics research field in Europe: Evolution from an ESA-funded Topical Team to a European Space Omics Network (Willian da Silveira)
P3A.06Search of life on Mars: effects of Mars simulated environment on lichens of Mars analog areas (Rosa de la Torre Noetzel)
P3A.07Responses of hydrated biofilms of Chroococcidiopsis sp. 029 to simulated Martian surface conditions. (Beatriz Gallego Fernandez)
P3A.08Far-red photosynthesis: from molecular mechanisms to green applications for Earth and Space (Giorgia Di Stefano)
P3A.09Preparation for the ARTHROSPIRA-C space flight experiment – Insights from ground tests (Jana Fahrion)
P3A.11Inducing Cryptobiosis State of Tardigrades in Cyanobacteria Synechococcus elongatus for Effective Preservation (Souvik Manna)
P3A.12Can space be green? Extrapolation from biological and chemical analysis of ground samples collected in proximity of the Polish Polar Research Station Hornsund in Svalbard to determine the optimal medium for food production in extreme environments. (Agata Maria Kołodziejczyk)
P3A.13Recent and future directions in exploitation of lichens in space- and pre-flight experiments: What stress physiology approaches tell us about model lichens? (Štěpán Krejčí)
P3A.14UV photo-degradation of the secondary lichen substance parietin: a spectroscopy analysis (Christian Lorenz)
P3A.15Application of similarity functions in simulating evolution of selected objects depending on their complexity (Mikołaj Matuszczak)
P3A.16Microbial diversity in the hypersaline environment of Kudiakam Pan (Makgadikgadi pans), in Botswana: implications for the search for life on Mars (Claudia Pacelli)
P3A.17Virus resistance to freezing-thawing cycles (Alicia Rodríguez Moreno)
P3A.18Effects of space condition on primary cilium fluid dynamics and bone tissue regeneration (Domiziano Dario Tosi)
P3A.19Lipidomics as an emerging tool in Astrobiology (Gaurav Yadav)
P3A.20Microbial life in highly chaotropic enviroments (Michail M. Yakimov)
P3A.21A preliminary survey of the cellular responses of black fungus Cryomyces antarcticus to long- and short-term dehydrations (Laura Zucconi)
P3B Poster: Bioethics and Outreach
P3B.01Pioneering the dissemination of astroscience in sub-saharan Africa (Sohan Jheeta)
P3B.02Human Mars exploration vs planetary protection (Pauli E. Laine)
P3B.03Astrobiology: Resolution of the Statistical Drake Equation by Maccone's Lognormal Method in 50 Steps (Claudio Maccone)
P3B.04Energy of a living organism - Given Birth Time, Peak Time and Death Time (Claudio Maccone)
P3B.05An emerging player on the European Astrobiology Landscape: The Space Research Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences (Graz, Austria) (Ruth-Sophie Taubner)
P3B.06La importancia de la competencia STEAM en la educación obligatoria básica para fomentar el espíritu científico e interés académico en la Astrobiología como asignatura multidisciplinar (J. Alexandra Zuluaga Arévalo)