GAS PhD. Student Thasshwin Mathanlal selected as Luleå University of Technology representative in the 2019 Global Swede Award.
Student Thasshwin Mathanlal has been selected as international representative student from Luleå University of Technology. He will participate in a ceremony arranged by the Swedish Institute and The Ministry for Foreign Affairs in Stockholm on 21st of May.
GAS Science Communication Strategy in Academia
The Group of Atmospheric Science has been invited by the prestigious School of Journalism and Mass Communications of San Jose State University to share its science communication strategy.
PhD. Arduino Course in LTU; a new way to build instruments and collect data
From January 14th to march 20th Professor David J. Cuartielles of Malmö University has imparted the Course “Introduction to software and electronics for instrumentation and data collection” to eleven LTU PhD. Students.
Impacts of bolides in the atmosphere may have caused the abiotic nitrogen fixation on Mars as nitrates
Dr. Rafael Navarro-González and his team at the Institute of Nuclear Sciences of the National Autonomous University of Mexico, has demonstrated with experimental and theoretical models, that asteroid impacts on ancient Mars could have produced, fixed nitrogen, one of the main ingredients for life if the Martian atmosphere was rich in hydrogen.
GAS participation in the European COST meeting on CHEMOBRIONICS
The Post-Doctoral Scholar Elizabeth Escamilla Roa from GAS, participated in this meeting where she presented her work about a plausible mechanism of carbonate formation on Mars.
Planetary Protection activities on HABIT
GAS researchers are now implementing the activities required to comply with the planetary protection protocols recommended by the European Cooperation for Space Standardization.