GSFC Summer Research Associate 2017 Presentations

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GSFC Summer Research Associate 2017 Presentations

Time: August 3, 2017 from 10am to 11am
Location: Adobe Connect
Website or Map: http://connect.arc.nasa.gov/g…
Event Type: online, seminar
Organized By: Mike Toillion
Latest Activity: Aug 1, 2017

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GSFC Summer Research Associate 2017 Presentations

Presenter: NAI GSFC Summer Research Associates
When: August 3, 2017 10AM PDT

Each Undergraduate Research Associate in Astrobiology conducts intensive state-of-the-art research with an individual scientist-mentor. Please join us as the fruits of these efforts are presented by the Class of 2017 to NASA’s Astrobiology Institute in a distributed seminar presented over the Internet.

Presenters:

A Postcard from the Young Solar System: Infrared Signatures of Comet 252P/LINEAR

Maria Camarca (Marymount University)
Mentor: Lucas Paganini

Optimization of Monocarboxylic Acid Detection for Meteoritic Analysis using HPLC-FLD

Tucker Melles (Florida Institute of Technology)
Mentor: Jose Aponte

Rapid Degradation of Amino Acids on the Martian Surface due to Exposure to Cosmic Rays

Katarina Yocum (Kutztown University)
Mentor: Hannah McLain

Radiolysis of Uracil in Water Ice

Sarah Frail (University of Maryland)
Mentor: Perry Gerakines

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