Jaime Cordova
  • Madison, WI
  • United States
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Upcoming conference: Venera-D: Venus Cloud Habitability System Workshop

Started Aug 30 0 Replies

Hello all,We are excited to share the Venera-D: Venus Cloud Habitability System Workshop. The workshop will take place virtually Nov. 29 -  Dec. 3. Briefly, the workshop will focus on what is…Continue

Tags: venera-d, habitability, cloud, venus

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Student, Scientist, Outreach coordinator, Science communicator, Science enthusiast, Grad Student
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University of Wisconsin, Madison
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I am a graduate student at the UW-Madison studying the evolution of bacterial genomes in response to varying oxygen levels. Additionally, I am interested in understanding how bacteria may adapt to (or have originated on) other worlds, particularly Venus.

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