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Molecules to Microbes

Network of Researchers on the Chemical Evolution of Life, Leeds LS7 3RB, UK
Received: 7 July 2019 / Accepted: 17 November 2020 / Published: 27 November 2020
(This article belongs to the Special Issue Molecules to Microbes)
How did life begin on Earth? And is there life elsewhere in the Cosmos? Challenging questions, indeed. The series of conferences established by NoR CEL in 2013 addresses these very questions. This paper comprises a summary report of oral presentations that were delivered by NoR CEL’s network members during the 2018 Athens conference and, as such, disseminates the latest research which they have put forward. More in depth material can be found by consulting the contributors referenced papers. Overall, the outcome of this conspectus on the conference demonstrates a case for the existence of “probable chemistry” during the prebiotic epoch. View Full-Text
Keywords: probable chemistry; LUCA; origin of life; bio-signals; gene transfer; RNA; DNA probable chemistry; LUCA; origin of life; bio-signals; gene transfer; RNA; DNA
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