MPhil / DPhil Astrobiology (DPhil)

University of Buckingham the United Kingdom

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About MPhil / DPhil Astrobiology at University of Buckingham

The Buckingham Centre for Astrobiology carries out research related to the interface between astronomy and biology. The Centre’s Director, Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe, is one of the pioneers of this new discipline, and together with a team of honorary professors carries out research over a wide range of topics. Possible research projects include studies on the nature of interstellar and comet dust, studies of meteorites and material collected in the stratosphere, theories of planet formation, transfer of life from one planetary system to another. These and other topics of research are available to applicants.

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