IOoL2022: Abstract deadline extension

The Origin of Life Early Career Network (OoLEN) is pleased to announce that this year’s Interdisciplinary Origin of Life Meeting for Early Career Researchers (IOoL2022) will take place on August 3-5 at the University of Montreal, Canada.

All expenses except travel (with possible exceptions) will be covered!

📣 Abstract deadline extended to May 6th 2022!! 📣

OoLEN’s biannual meeting, the IOoL conference, is a prime opportunity for early-career researchers to present their work on origin of life in a relaxed setting, to exchange ideas across different disciplines relevant to understanding the origin and nature of living systems, and to stimulate discussions and ideas to help guide the future of research on these topics.

The IOoL meeting further provides an opportunity for early career researchers to connect with each other and immerse themselves in the community outside their own labs. A previous meeting has resulted in OoLEN’s first community paper.

Researchers interested in submitting an abstract are welcome to join the network through (please mention your intention to participate in IOoL2022 when joining the network) and then send an email to with the subject line “Abstract for IOoL2022” containing a single .pdf file with the following information: name, affiliation, title, abstract (max. 250 words, in English), while also specifying if travel support is needed.

Submissions will be considered for oral presentations.

You are encouraged to visit OoLEN’s website for more information.

Life and Space 2021 conference

We cordially invite you to the Life and Space 2021 conference organized by the Polish Astrobiology Society! The conference will be held on 29/09 – 01/10/2021, and will be held in English. We encourage everyone interested to submit a presentation or poster.

Special guests of the conference will be: Jason Dworkin, PhD (Senior
Scientist, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, NASA), Sara Imari Walker, PhD (Associate Professor, School of Earth and Space Exploration, Arizona State
University; External Faculty, Santa Fe Institute), Prof. Jacek Krełowski
(Professor at Institute of Physics, Rzeszów University), Nils Averesch,
(Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford
University; Center for Utilization of Biological Engineering in Space,
California, USA).

Register via the official website, which contains details of the event and the schedule.

The deadline for registration is 31/08/2021.

Here is the link to the event on Facebook.

AbGradE: Space Law and Governance abstract deadline extenison

📣 DEADLINE EXTENSION 📣As a result of the interest in our upcoming Space Law and Governance event we are extending the abstract deadline to 23.59 CET on WEDNESDAY 24th MARCH! 🌟We have 6 excellent invited speakers confirmed (announcement soon), so this is a great chance to present your work alongside figures from government, industry and academia! Join nearly 100 attendees who have already registered at🖋

AbGradE upcoming meeting

AbGrade is pleased to make a 📣SPECIAL MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT📣⚖️

“AbGradE: Space Law and Governance” virtual conference

will be held on 7th May! (Abstract deadline 19th March 📅)Expert keynotes, early-career research talks and Q&A panels…FREE and open to all interested in this topic!📝 Register TODAY and find more info at