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Mark Thiemens

Mark Thiemens

Mark Thiemens is a Professor and the Dean of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at UCSD. His laboratory conducts research in atmospheric chemistry, early solar system history, paleoatmospheres, and the origin of life in the solar system using stable isotope variations.

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Tales From a 4 Billion Year Old Piece of Mars...On Earth

02/03/2015 | 28:50
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Robina Shaheen and Mark Thiemens tell us how an ancient Mars meteorite has revealed much about the red planet. Mat holds a tiny fragment of the rock in their UC San Diego lab.

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