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Joel Hurowitz, above, and his team will build an instrument called the PIXL in an attempt to prove that life once existed on Mars. (SAHER JAFRI / THE STATESMAN)

SBU chosen to build instrument to shed light on possibility of Martian life

Rachel Siford October 9, 2014
NASA awarded Joel Hurowitz, a geoscience assistant professor at Stony Brook University, and his team a 1.4 million dollar grant to build an instrument called PIXL, in order to prove past life on Mars.
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