(PBS) Interview with paleontologist Andrew Knoll, a professor of biology at Harvard and author of Life on a Young Planet: The First Three Billion Years of Life.
(Univ. of CA, San Diego) An online course that explores the history of life on our own planet and the possibility for life elsewhere.
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(Science) Reports on a paper that theorizes a scenario where all the building blocks for life could be gathered in one setting.
(Student Science) Discussion of how early single-celled microbes may have been trapped in pockets of gas, which protected them from UV radiation.
Google - Research database allows searching of the scholarly literature.
Uses molecular illustrations and animations to help describe origins of life research and theories.
(BioInteractive) The record of life on Earth stretches over 3 billion years, with evidence ranging from chemical signatures in rocks and ancient biological molecules to fossils of colossal dinosaurs and early humans