ADVANCE at Michigan Tech would like to extend their congratulations to Trista Vick-Majors (BioSci), for being named to the National Academies of Sciences Committee on Planetary Protection and the U.S. Ice Drilling Program Science Advisory Board. See the story which was published by in the August 6 edition of Tech Today below.
Trista Vick-Majors (BioSci) was appointed to the National Academies of Sciences Committee on Planetary Protection. The CoPP will monitor progress implementing the planetary protection guidelines associated with priority programs and missions identified in the National Academies’ planetary science decadal surveys. The CoPP will serve as a source of advice on measures undertaken to protect the biological and environmental integrity of extraterrestrial bodies and to preserve the integrity of Earth’s biosphere.
Additionally, Vick-Majors was appointed to the U.S. Ice Drilling Program Science Advisory Board. The IDP convenes the Science Advisory Board for the purpose of forming and updating a Long Range Science Plan that addresses multiple aspects of ice core and other ice science and associated technology.