Is there life on Mars?

21 February 2017

Bristol

Lecture

Could there be life on Mars? How could life possibly survive here on this cold hostile planet flooded with radiation? To find this out, we have to know what the conditions for life might be. In this visually engaging talk, scientist Dr Lucy Berthoud unpacks these questions with the help of a few experiments she has up her sleeve.

Members and non-members welcome!
For enquiries contact Anna Pugh
(01179361643 - anna.pugh@airbus.com)
Please register at www.raesbristol.org.uk

Speaker Details

Dr Lucy Berthoud

University of Bristol

University of Bristol

Bristol

Pugsley Lecture Theatre, Universityof Bristol Faculty of Engineering,
Queen's Building, University Walk, Bristol, BS8 1TR


Park in University Walk – the parking restrictions do not apply for evening lectures.
Enter via the main entrance to the building (see photo below). Turn right at the Porter’s
Lodge and take the stairs or lift to the first floor. The Pugsley Lecture Theatre is directly in
front of you.