Resources

Resources

These resources are meant for anyone, not just attendees of AbGradCon. If you're interested in staying in touch with the Astrobiology community, make sure to take a look at these resources, and check back from time to time for updates on new opportunities!

We thank the AbGradCon 2021 organizers for a lot of the resources listed here

Proposal Writing Resources

Tips for writing a NASA mission proposal: full PI Launchpad workshop (10 videos).

NASA organization and mission life cycle

More tips for writing a NASA grant proposal

richey_proposal_writing_seminar.pdf

Workshops and Schools

Astrobiology Introductory Course RED, 2022 application deadline January 31st

NASA Exoplanet Science Institute Sagan Exoplanet Summer Virtual Workshop, Summer - registration link opens in February

Aquaplanetology Winter School, Tokyo, Japan, 2022 application deadline January 31st

International Summer School in Astrobiology, Santander, Spain, Summer (no announcement yet for 2022) - Open to US- and Europe-based students

Conferences

AbSciCon - A biennial conference surrounding Astrobiology. There will be one held in 2022 (application deadline January 19th)

Online Courses

Online Videos

EMAC - Exoplanet Modeling and Analysis Center

The Exoplanet Modeling and Analysis Center (EMAC) is a repository and integration platform for modeling and analysis resources focused on the study of exoplanet characteristics and environments. EMAC is a new web-based collaboration and software development project hosted at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) and is a key project of the GSFC Sellers Exoplanet Environments Collaboration (SEEC). This project intends to bring together open-source modeling and analysis software to create a site where the exoplanet community, including astrobiologists, can access a wide range of useful exoplanet science resources.


Intro Video

Twitter

YouTube

Networks

Where the organization is based is listed, although participation is often open to anyone worldwide

Outreach Resources