José L Ramírez-ColónGeorgia Institute of Technology | GT · School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
José L Ramírez-Colón
PhD student in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at Georgia Tech and member of the Planetary eXPloration (PXL) Laboratory.
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Growing evidence of the potential habitability of Ocean Worlds across our Solar System is motivating the advancement of technologies capable of detecting life as we know it – sharing a common ancestry or common physicochemical origin to life on Earth – or don’t know it, representing a distinct genesis event of life quite different than our one know...
Polyphenols are natural compounds with strong antioxidant properties synthesized by plants and widely distributed in plant tissues. They compose a broad class of compounds that are commonly employed for multiple applications such as food, pharmaceutical, adhesives, biomedical, agricultural, and industrial purposes. Runoffs from these sources result...
Carbonaceous chondrite meteorites are fragments of asteroids or comets, that have remained relatively unaltered since the formation of the Solar System. This extraterrestrial material contains a variety of organic compounds including amino acids, carboxylic acids, and nucleobases, among others. It has been suggested that carbonaceous chondrites may...
The study of meteoritic organics in carbonaceous chondrites has shown how these extraterrestrial materials record valuable information about the formation of the Solar System and their potential as sources of starting materials for prebiotic organic synthesis . In this study, a method for the analysis and quantification of aliphatic amides, a cl...