Venusian Phosphine: A Call for Further Research

Written by Sarah Treadwell If you have never heard of phosphine before, be prepared to see it as the hot new buzz word in planetary science.  A press release by the Royal Astronomical Society revealed that the presence of phosphine was detected in the atmosphere of Venus by a team of researchers, including one of our scientists from BMSIS. While phosphine can be made in the laboratory and has been previously detected on Jupiter and Saturn, there‚Äôs no currently known […]

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Young Scientists Shine at ASGSR Meeting

We are proud of our recent Young Scientist Program members who competed in the poster competition at the 33rd annual meeting of the American Society for Gravitational and Space Research (ASGSR). Shiyin Lim was awarded 2nd place for the undergraduate poster competition, while BMSIS YSP Meg Cheng-Campbell got 2nd place for the graduate poster competition. Congratulations to Shiyin and Meg! [Learn more about the meeting]

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