The Australian Centre for Astrobiology

The Australian Centre for Astrobiology was founded by Prof. Malcolm Walter in July 2001 at Macquarie University, and then moved to the University of New South Wales in 2008. It is the only centre of astrobiological research in Australia and is an Associate Member of the NASA Astrobiology Institute, one of only two in the world. The ACA also has close links with the European Space Agency and other international space agencies and institutions around the world.

News

ACA does Q&A on ABC

ACA Director Martin Van Kranendonk participated as a panellist on ABC TV's Q&A program on Monday night, June 17th, for a special episode on Science.

Topics ranged from Climate Change, to ocean plastics, to the possibility of life on Mars and of its colonisation, and much, much more.

You can check out the full episode here.

ACA to participate on ABC TV's Q&A!

On Monday, June 17th, at 9:35 PM, join ACA director Martin Van Kranendonk and a panel of experts, including Prof Brian Cox and UNSW's own Dean of Sicence, Emma Johnston, for a Special Episode of the current affairs progrram Q&A, hosted by Tony Jones, on the topic of Science.