facility is funded by NASA and the University of Arkansas
News and Events
A brief description of the Astrobiology Research
Facilities and a little about its background.
Members of the astrobiology research groups
participate in the weekly Keck Laboratory meetings.
Research Interests in Astrobiology
Faculty associated with astrobiology research at
the University of Arkansas are located in the departments of biological
sciences and chemistry and biochemistry.
Graduate and undergraduate
research in Astrobiology
Students can perform research in the facility through
programs administered by the Arkansas Center for Space and Planetary
Science. Click here learn about
programs for academic year
summer undergraduate program, or the graduate student program.
Announcements of public lectures by researchers
in the Arkansas Center for Space and Planetary Sciences of interest to
researchers associated with the Astrobiology Research Facilities.
press releases and newsletter
The monthly newsletter, press releases and
announcements f of the Arkansas Center for Space and Planetary Science
frequently contain items about the Astrobiology Research Facilities.
Laboratories and Facilities in the Arkansas Center
for Space and Planetary Sciences
Combustion and Propulsion Laboratory
Meteorite, Rock and Feldspar Collections
Neutron Activation Laboratory
Planetary Imaging and Data Facility
Spaceflight Instrument Facility
Laboratory for Space Simulations
Arkansas Center for Space and Planetary
Sciences | University of
Department of Biological
Sciences | Department of
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Arkansas Center for Space and
202 Old Museum, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR 72701, USA. (479)