LPI Launches New ENComPSS Program Website

March 1, 2024

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Cross-sections of rock samples

The Lunar and Planetary Institute (LPI) is proud to announce the launch of our brand-new Expanding NASA’s Community of Planetary Sample Scientists (ENComPSS) program website – your gateway to information, events, and opportunities in the exciting field of sample science.

About ENComPSS

The ENComPSS program is a collaborative initiative that brings together leading scientists, laboratories, and universities to support NASA's vital and growing sample science program. With a focus on curriculum development, workshops, and hands-on training in astromaterials, ENComPSS aims to build a vibrant and engaged community of planetary sample scientists.

New Website Highlights:

  • Curricula and Training: Explore resources and training events to enhance your knowledge and skills in planetary sample science. Our new website is a work in progress, with new resources continuously added as they become available.
  • Visiting Scientist Program: Are you interested in conducting research on astromaterials? Work alongside experts at NASA Johnson Space Center and the Lunar and Planetary Institute.
  • Facilities and Equipment: Discover cutting-edge facilities and equipment available to support your research.
  • Additional Resources: Navigate through our FAQs and tap into valuable resources such as the Meteoritical Bulletin Database.
  • Early-Career Professional Development: Find opportunities for early-career professionals to grow and excel in the field.
  • Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility: The LPI is committed to fostering an inclusive, diverse, equitable, and accessible planetary science community. Discover resources and events aimed at creating an environment where everyone can thrive.

How to Find Our New Website:

Simply click on https://www.lpi.usra.edu/science/sample-science/ and let the exploration begin!

Have Questions?

For any inquiries or additional information, email us at [email protected].

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