SAGANet.org - The Astrobiology Social Network
SAGANet.org is a social network and community space co-founded by Sara Walker with some inspiring colleagues from Blue Marble Space. The network was created for individuals interested in astrobiology, space exploration and sustainability, where professional scientists engage the public, both through shared social spaces and targeted mentoring programs.
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- "Bio from Bit: Quantifying the Origins of Life", Talk at the Waterloo Institute for Complexity & Innovation
- "Statistical Signatures of Life", Keynote at NASA "Exoplanet Biosignatures Workshop without Walls"
- Sara Walker is featured in an episode of "Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman", themed “Are We Here for a Reason?”.
- Huffpost Live segment on space exploration, on Huffpost Live
- "The Information Hierarchy, Chemical Evolution and the Emergence of Life", NASA Astrobiology Institute lecture
- "Life Redefined" google hangout discussion on HuffPost Live
- "The Future of Humans in Space", public panel discussion at the Beyond Center, Arizona State University
- "The Algorithmic Origins of Life", colloquium at University of Washington
- "Algorithmic Origins of Life", SETI Institute public lecture
- Interview with ASU Connections
- Part II of the Book club discussion of Dune on National Public Radio's Science Friday
- Part I of the Book club discussion of the SciFi novel Dune on National Public Radio's Science Friday
- Little Atoms Roadtrip Interview with Neil Denny
- Interview with Pauline Davies on the connection between cancer biology and astrobiology at the 4th Annual Physical Science-Oncology Centers Network Meeting
- Interview with Blue Marble Space Institute about the origin of life.
- "From Soup to Cells: Measuring the Emergence of Life" in Astrobiology Magazine
- Interview with Suzan Mazur and links to coverage of the Princeton Origin of Life Meeting (1, 2)
- HuffPost Live discussion on “Life Redefined”
- Interview with Blue Marble Space Institute of Science and summary of "The Algorithmic Origins of life
Research Press Coverage & Other Press
- "The 4 biggest milestones in the history of life on Earth", Washington Post
- "3.7-billion-year-old fossils may be the oldest signs of life on Earth", Washington Post
- "Why Physics is not a Discipline", Nautilus Magazine
- "Seeking New Insights into Life's Origin", NASA Astrobiology
- "Meet the 'Dune' Readers: Kim Stanley Robinson and Sara Imari Walker", NPR's Science Friday
- "Dune Discussion Question: Week #2", NPR's Science Friday
- "If the world is a computer, life is an algorithm", Science News Blog post
- "Life began when algorithms took control", Science News Blog post
- "NASA Astrobiology NPP Alumni Series: Sara Walker", NASA Astrobiology Institute
- "The Secret of Life Won't be Cooked Up in a Chemistry Lab", The Guardian
- "New way to look at dawn of life: Focus shifts from 'hardware' to 'software'", Science Daily
- "Mysterious origin of life needs a rethink, scientists argue", NBC News
- "A New Way to Look at the Dawn of Life", NASA Astrobiology Institute
- "Origin Of Life: New Study Spotlights Not Chemistry But How Living Things Store, Process Information", OpEdNews.com
- "The Origins of Life" --Radical New Theory Says Origin is Algorithmic vs Chemical", Daily Galaxy
- "Scientists Offer New Way To Look At The Origins Of Life", RedOrbit
- "An information-processing approach to the origin of life", Kurzweil News
- "Rethink creation of life in terms of information, argues new theory", Sci GoGo
- "ASU researchers propose new way to look at the dawn of life", ASU News
- "Origin of life needs a rethink, scientists argue", CBS News
- "A New Way to Look at the Dawn of Life", Astrobiology Magazine
- "There's No Place Like Home", Nature News & Views