Abstracts of EANA 2010 in Paleontological Journal

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10th European Workshop on Astrobiology
(Russia, Pushchino, September 6–8, 2010)

Paleontological  Journal, 2012, Vol. 46, No. 9, pp. 1–38., 2012, Vol. 46, No. 9, pp. 1–38.

The European Astrobiology Network Association (EANA) was created in 2001, and by 10th European Workshop on Astrobiology, the association celebrated the 10th anniversary. EANA’10 hosted by Russian Academy of Sciences and sponsored by Russian Foundation for Basic Research and European Space Agency, brought together researchers from 17 countries, and half of them were presented by the young generation of scientists, whose reports covered manyaspects of Astrobiology: Origin of Biosphere and Evolution of Geobiological Systems, Life in Extreme Environments, Experiments in Space and simulated Space Conditions, Solar System Exploration and Human Flights, Planetary Protection, Exoplanets and Astrochemistry. Future Space projects were announced. The workshop was held in Institute for Physicochemical and Biological Problems in Soil Science. Thanks to the sponsorship of the publishers Springer, Cambridge UP and Wiley VCH, Astrobiology Book Awards were provided for the best posters. As a result of round tables and Panel discussions, multidisciplinary contacts sprang up between experts in different research areas, and the base for the next work shop (EANA’11) in Germany was formed. The scientific activity in the frame of EANA’10 became one of important motivation for Russian Academy of Sciences to organize in the end of 2010 the Scientific Council on Astrobiology. We thank EANA’s members the president of EANA and the Chair of the workshop—Dr. Gerda Homeck for afford an opportunity to hold such high level meeting in Russia and the editorial board of Paleontological Journal for afford an opportunity to publish the abstracts. They certainly will broaden the outlook of readers. See you on Mars.

David Gilichinsky, EANA’10 Co-chair

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