Author(s): Dieter Braun
Publication: Bunsen-Magazin 2022, 4, 154-156
Publisher: Deutsche Bunsen-Gesellschaft für physikalische Chemie e.V., Frankfurt
Abstract: Biochemistry has taught us a great deal about biological evolution and established powerful experimental methods. Yet, the start of evolution remained a mystery. We are convinced that focused, interdisciplinary lab experiments will be able to recreate the emergence of life in the lab at a pace much faster than many would expect. In the next five years, microscale experiments based on geoscience, chemistry and physics will hopefully create and confirm a complete hypothesis of how life can emerge.
Cite this: Dieter Braun, Bunsen-Magazin 2022, 4, 154-156, DOI: 10.26125/ac99-jt74
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