LIFE

The LIFE programme (French: L’Instrument Financier pour l’Environnement) is the European Union's funding instrument for the environment and climate action.

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If Exoplanets Have Lightning, it’ll Complicate the Search for Life

Titan Probably Doesn’t Have the Amino Acids Needed for Life to Emerge

Birth of Life’s Building Blocks: New Study Synthesizes Key Compound in Lab

Cosmic Dust Could Have Helped Get Life Going on Earth

The Life and Gruesome Death of a Bog Man Revealed after 5,000 Years

Solar Physics: Why study it? What can it teach us about finding life beyond Earth?

Compound vital for all life likely played a role in life's origin

Crucial chemical for life can form in conditions found on early Earth

Three years later, search for life on Mars continues

Solar Physics: Why study it? What can it teach us about finding life beyond Earth?

Unlocking the Mysteries of Life: Scientists Decode Asteroid Ryugu’s Cometary Organic Matter

Studying lake deposits in Idaho could give scientists insight into ancient traces of life on Mars

Worlds at the far reaches of the solar system could support life

Scientists Identify a Universal Optimal Temperature For Life on Earth

Imageomics poised to enable new understanding of life

Europa Clipper launches in October, a spacecraft designed to unlock the secrets of Jupiter's moon, which holds twice as much water as all of Earth's oceans combined. “And that ocean has been there for 4 billion years. It's full of chemistry, it's full of energy, and maybe the ingredients for life.”

Cosmic dust may have been crucial to the beginnings of life on Earth

Life Spreads Across Space on Tiny Invisible Particles, Study Suggests

Ancient faces brought back to life at Scottish museum | Archaeology

New FDA-approved drug makes severe food allergies less life-threatening. Injections over several months allowed people to tolerate larger doses of trigger foods.