James Stevenson (Clancy group) presents invited talk at KISS conference and plenary session at CalTech
James Stevenson (CBE Ph.D. candidate) presented a talk at the Keck Institute for Space Sciences (KISS) at CalTech this summer based on work published in 2015 with his advisor, Paulette Clancy, and astronomer Jonathan Lunine in Science Advances.
His work discussed the potential to form liposome-like analogs (azotosomes) in the methane-rich seas on Saturn’s moon, Titan. Based on his talk, he was invited to participate in the plenary session the following day for the Jet Propulsion Laboratory audience. These interactive KISS workshops “develop revolutionary concepts and technology for future space missions… as a ‘think and do tank.’ “