Q& A: Sara Seager, exoplanet explorer In a field that has gone from controversial to crowded, the MIT planetary scientist is a leader in the search for biosignatures in the atmospheres of extrasolar worlds. March 22, 12: 00 PM Friday noon seminar: Zhong- Zhi Xianyu, Gravitational Wave Signatures of Dynamically Formed Black Hole Binaries; April 9, 6: 00 PM Brinson lecture: Sara Seager, " Exoplanets and the Search for Habitable Worlds".Uta Frith, DBE ( Hon), FRS, FBA, FMedSci ( née Aurnhammer; born ) is a German developmental psychologist working at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience at University College London.
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