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Antonio Lazcano

Antonio Eusebio Lazcano Araujo
Born Mexico
Citizenship Mexico
Nationality Mexican
Fields Evolutionary biology
Institutions UNAM
Alma mater UNAM
Known for Contributions to the theories of the origin of life

Antonio Eusebio Lazcano Araujo (born 1950 in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico) is a Mexican biology researcher and professor of the School of Sciences at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) in Mexico City.[1][2] He has studied the origin and early evolution of life for more than 35 years.

Lazcano pursued his undergraduate and graduate studies at UNAM, where he focused on the study of NASA, where he was a member of the NASA Astrobiology Institute[3]

He served as president of the International Society for the Study of the Origin of Life, "ISSOL", for two terms,[4] and is also the first Latin American scientist to occupy this position. A great honor, for Alexander Oparin, Stanley L. Miller and J. William Schopf, were also presidents of ISSOL.

Lazcano has devoted considerable efforts to promote scientific journalism and teaching. He also promotes the study of evolutionary biology and the origins of life, all over the world.

Bibliography

  • Lazcano Araujo, Antonio, El origen del nucleocitoplasma. Breve historia de una hipótesis cambiante, incluido en Una revolución en la evolución (A revolution in evolution), Universitat València, 2003, ISBN 978-84-370-5494-0

References

  1. ^ List of Staff in the Faculty of Science, UNAM Retrieved December 2010
  2. ^ a b Resume of Antonio Lazcano at UNAM (Last updated c. 2002) Retrieved December 2010
  3. ^ NASA Astrobiology profile Antonio Lazcano Retrieved December 2010
  4. ^ Past ICOL/ISSOL Meetings Retrieved December 2010
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