Prebiotic Chemistry: simulations using conditions on the early earth and titan
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The problem of how life began is a matter of basic chemistry. How did the molecules of life arise from non-biological chemistry? Stanley Miller’s famous experiment in 1953, in which he produced amino acids under simulated early Earth conditions, was a huge leap forward in our understanding of this problem1. Our research seeks to first repeat his famous experiment and then reproduce it using conditions of other planets or moons in our solar system.