How bacteria can help us colonise Mars | Benjamin Lehner | TEDxDelft

How bacteria can help us colonise Mars | Benjamin Lehner | TEDxDelft

“ Benjamin Lehner was born and raised in Austria. He obtained a Bachelor and Master degree in general Biology from the University of Salzburg where he also worked for two years in scientific anti-terror consulting (EU projects CATO and BRIDGE). In 2015, he joined the European Astronaut Centre in Cologne as an intern to work together with the DLR on life-support systems followed by a few months supporting the European Astronaut training. He started a PhD at TU Delft in the applied science faculty in 2016 and still holds this position. During his PhD he kept doing experiments at the European Space Agency and spent six months at NASA Ames research center in California to further advance his research.” “ Benjamin Lehner was born and raised in Austria. He obtained a Bachelor and Master degree in general Biology from the University of Salzburg where he also worked for two years in scientific anti-terror consulting (EU projects CATO and BRIDGE). In 2015, he joined the European Astronaut Centre in Cologne as an intern to work together with the DLR on life-support systems followed by a few months supporting the European Astronaut training. He started a PhD at TU Delft in the applied science faculty in 2016 and still holds this position. During his PhD he kept doing experiments at the European Space Agency and spent six months at NASA Ames research center in California to further advance his research.” This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at x

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