Marc Neveu

Marc Neveu

  • Research Scientist
  • Additional Roles: Astrobiologist
  • 301.614.6872
  • NASA/GSFC
  • Mail Code: 699
  • Greenbelt , MD 20771
  • Employer: UNIV OF MARYLAND COLLEGE PARK
  • Brief Bio

    My main research interests are planetary exploration and astrobiology, the search for the origins, evolution, and distribution of life in the universe.

    Specifically, I seek to understand whether oceans on other worlds harbor life by simulating their physics and chemistry, through laboratory and field studies of similar places on Earth where microbial life thrives, and by developing future space missions to explore these ocean worlds.

    Positions/Employment

    11/2018 - Present

    Assistant Research Scientist

    NASA Goddard Space Flight Center / Univ. Maryland College Park, Greenbelt, MD

    Carrying out research and instrument/mission development for ocean worlds astrobiology.

    4/2017 - 10/2018

    NASA Postdoctoral Management Program Fellow

    NASA Headquarters / Universities Space Research Association, Washington DC
    • Helped infuse astrobiology research into NASA missions.
    • Managed funding programs from NASA’s Astrobiology portfolio.
    • Pursued independent research in icy world habitability and exoplanet carbon cycling.
    1/2016 - 3/2017

    Postdoctoral Research Associate

    School of Earth & Space Exploration, Arizona State Univ., Tempe, AZ
    • Coupled tidal, geophysical, and geochemical processes in icy world evolution models.
    • Led concept maturation of plume sample return mission from icy moon Enceladus.

    Education

    2011-2015 PhD, Astrophysics, School of Earth & Space Exploration, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
    Dissertation: “Hydrothermal Habitats: Measurements of Bulk Microbial Elemental Composition, and Models of Hydrothermal Influences on the Evolution of Dwarf Planets.” Advisors: Drs. Steve Desch & Ariel Anbar.

    2010-2011 MS, Astrophysics-Space Sciences-Planetology, Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France
    Thesis: “Evolution and Role of Minerals in Primordial Planetary Environments.” Advisor: Dr. Steve Benner.

    2007-2011 MS, Aerospace Engineering, Institut Supérieur de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace, Toulouse
    Major: Space Sciences. Selective 3-year “Supaero” program.

    2005-2007 Preparation in physics, chemistry, and math for entrance exams to top French engineering schools, Lycée Stanislas, Paris, France

    Current Projects

    Center for Life Detection Science

    Developing the Life Detection Forum, a curated, web-based platform to centralize and organize the exchange of information and dialog relating to life detection science and technology.

    Grants

    01/01/2020 - 12/31/2022 Compositions of Ice Shells on Ocean Worlds, NASA, NASA NRA #: NNH18ZDA001N-SSW
    Principal Investigator ; 0.25 FTE
    Grant Amount: $508,786
    10/15/2019 - 06/30/2020 Flagship Concepts for Astrobiology at Enceladus, NASA, NASA NRA #: NNH18ZDA001N-PMCS
    One of three lead Co-Investigators in a team of > 60 (PI: S. MacKenzie, JHU Applied Physics Laboratory) ; 0.07 FTE
    Grant Amount: $146,588
    01/01/2017 - 09/30/2019 No One's Home: the Fate of Carbon on Lifeless Earths, NASA, NASA NRA #: NNH16ZDA001N-XRP
    Principal Investigator (role on hold in 2017 and 2018 due to NPP Fellowship, grant extended to 2021) ; 0.33 FTE
    Grant Amount: $240,957
    07/01/2014 - 06/30/2017 Coupling Geochemistry to Geophysics in Dwarf Planet Evolution Models, NASA, NASA NRA #: NNH13ZDA001N-OPR
    Science PI (Principal Investigator: Steven Desch, Arizona State University) ; 1 FTE
    Grant Amount: $282,556

    Professional Service

    2016-2017 Helped draft a Roadmap to Ocean Worlds in response to Congress’ direction to NASA. Theme team lead: “Understand how life might exist within ocean worlds and search for life.” Organized in-person meeting in Tempe, AZ.

    Conference Organization & Session Chairing

    • 2020 "Ocean Worlds: A Long Swim Off a Deep Core" and "Protoplanetary Disk Evolution", 51st Lunar & Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX [conference cancelled].
    • 2019 “Origins and Evolution Pathways of Organics in Ocean Worlds”, Astrobiology Science Conference, Seattle, WA.
    • 2018 Ocean Worlds 3 co-organizer, Houston, TX, USA.
    • 2017 “Assessing Ceres' Past and Present Habitability”, Astrobiology Science Conference, Mesa, AZ.
    • 2017 “Ceres Surface and Interior Processes”, Joint 48th Division of Planetary Sciences/11th European Planetary Science Congress, Pasadena, CA, USA.
    • 2016 Astrobiology Graduate Conference co-organizer, Boulder, CO, USA.
    • 2016 “Chemistry of the outer solar system”, 26th Goldschmidt Conference, Yokohama, Japan.

    Peer Reviewer: Astrobiology, Astronomy & Astrophysics, Geophysical Research Letters, Icarus, Journal of Geophysical Research, Life, Meteoritics & Planetary Science, Minerals, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Nature Communications, Nature Geoscience, Planetary Science Journal, Planetary & Space Science, Science, Scientific Reports, Space Science Reviews

    NASA Review Panels as Group Chief, Panelist, Executive Secretary, and External Reviewer.

    Reviewer for American Philosophical Society Lewis and Clark Fund for Exploration and Field Research in Astrobiology.

    Professional Societies

    American Astronomical Society, 2014 - Present
    American Geophysical Union, 2012 - Present
    NASA Academy Alumni Association, 2009 - Present
    Institut Supérieur de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace Alumni Association, 2008 - Present

    Awards

    2020 Scialog Fellow, Research Corporation for Science Advancement
    2017 NASA Postdoctoral Management Program Fellowship
    2016 NASA Early Career Fellowship
    2015, 2014 Graduate Excellence Award, ASU College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
    2014 NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship
    2014 Ultra-Disciplinary Student Award, ASU School of Earth & Space Exploration
    2014 Career Development Award, Lunar & Planetary Institute
    2013 Outstanding Student Poster Award, American Geophysical Union
    2013 David S. Miller Young Scientist Scholarship, American Geophysical Union
    2011 3rd Mayoux-Dauriac Aeronautics Prize, Inst. Sup. Aéronautique & Espace Alumni Association
    2011 University Graduate Fellowship, Arizona State University
    2011 Vocation Prize, French Aerospace Society [3AF] Space Exploration & Observation Section
    2009 John Mather Nobel Scholarship

    Other Professional Information

    2011-2015 Graduate Research Assistant, School of Earth & Space Exploration, Arizona State U.
    Modeled thermal and geochemical evolution of icy worlds to inform spacecraft missions.
    Studied elemental composition of microbial communities from extreme hot springs.

    2011 Intern, Foundation for Applied Molecular Evolution, Gainesville, FL
    Performed experiments combining organic chemistry, astrochemistry, and planetary science to study the processing of prebiotic materials in the presence of minerals.

    2010 Research Assistant, CNES – French Space Agency, Toulouse, France
    Reviewed and tested techniques to detect organic contaminants onboard spacecrafts.

    2009 Research Assistant, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD
    Developed a bench top radiometer for mapping trace gases on Mars.

    2008 Intern, Thales Alenia Space, Toulouse, France
    Created spacecraft mechanical parts database.

    Special Experience

    2019-20 Planetary Science Winter School, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.
    2018 NSF Antarctic Biology Training Program, McMurdo Station, Antarctica.
    2016 NExSS Exoplanet/Astrobiology Winter School, Biosphere 2, Arizona.
    2014 Planetary Science Summer School, Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
    2014 Josep Comas i Solà International Summer School in Astrobiology, Santander, Spain.
    2012 Nordic-NASA Astrobiology Summer School, Iceland.
    2009 NASA Academy, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.
    2008 Star tracker development for European Space Agency student Earth/Moon orbiters.

    Teaching Experience

    2016 Guest Lecturer, Exploring Ocean Worlds class, ASU.: “Enceladus Sample Return”.

    2011-2012 Teaching Assistant, School of Earth & Space Exploration, Arizona State University
    Taught innovative online class, Habitable Worlds, for non-science majors:

    • Designed learning software bringing to life concepts otherwise static in textbook pages.
    • Developed, tested, and improved undergraduate course content for three semesters.
    • Built class project, putting students in the shoes of scientists to find habitable worlds.
    • Guided students; discussed trending science topics in live video sessions.

    Selected Public Outreach

    Student mentoring 1 / 2020 - Present
    • Mentor to high school student for STEM Capstone project titled: "Modeling and predicting the growth of deep sea saltwater mussels on Jupiter's moon Europa".
    Conference mentoring 2016 - Present
    • Mentor of (a) postdoc presenter and (b) undergraduate student, AGU Fall Meeting, 2017.
    • Outstanding Student Presentation Award judge, AGU Fall Meeting, 2017.
    • Meeting mentor to community college student, Astrobiology Science Conference, 2017.
    • Dwornik student award judge, 47th Lunar & Planetary Science Conference, 2016.
    Science Fair Judging 2016 - Present
    Administrator, SAGANet.org 2015 - 2018
    • Fostered communication & outreach with community of 2000+ astrobiologists via SAGANet.org (Social Action for a Grassroots Astrobiology Network).
    Science Panelist, Phoenix ComiCon 2013 - 2016
    • Engaged with a science-enthusiastic public via cross-disciplinary panels “Future Solar System Exploration”, “Evolution Off the Rails”, and “Exoplanet Survivor”.
    Earth & Space Open House Volunteer, School of Earth & Space Exploration, ASU 2011 - 2015
    • Coordinated monthly public telescope viewing and astrobiology outreach activities.
    • 2015: keynote talk, “Hunting for life in the solar system”.
    NASA FameLab 2014 - 2014
    Freelance Writer, LiveScience.com 2009 - 2010
    • Wrote astrobiology articles for the public.

    Publications

    Refereed

    Neveu, M., A. D. Anbar, A. F. Davila, et al. D. P. Glavin, S. M. MacKenzie, C. M. Phillips-Lander, B. Sherwood, Y. Takano, P. Williams, and H. Yano. 2020. "Returning Samples From Enceladus for Life Detection." Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Sciences, 7: 26 [10.3389/fspas.2020.00026]

    Cable, M. L., M. Neveu, H.-W. Hsu, and T. M. Hoehler. 2020. "Enceladus." Planetary Astrobiology, Tucson, AZ: 217-246 (In Press) [10.2458/azu_uapress_9780816540068-ch009]

    Neveu, M., C. H. House, and S. T. Wieman. 2020. "Phoebe's carbon isotope composition as evidence for self-shielding in the solar nebula." Icarus, 113714 (In Press) [10.1016/j.icarus.2020.113714]

    Castillo-Rogez, J. C., M. Neveu, J. E. Scully, et al. C. H. House, L. C. Quick, A. Bouquet, K. Miller, M. Bland, M. C. De Sanctis, A. Ermakov, A. R. Hendrix, T. H. Prettyman, C. A. Raymond, C. T. Russell, B. E. Sherwood, and E. Young. 2020. "Ceres: Astrobiological Target and Possible Ocean World." Astrobiology, 20: 269-291 [10.1089/ast.2018.1999]

    Neveu, M., and P. Vernazza. 2019. "IDP-like Asteroids Formed Later than 5 Myr After Ca–Al-rich Inclusions." The Astrophysical Journal, 875 (1): 30 [10.3847/1538-4357/ab0d87]

    Neveu, M., and A. R. Rhoden. 2019. "Evolution of Saturn’s mid-sized moons." Nature Astronomy, 3 (6): 543-552 [10.1038/s41550-019-0726-y]

    Hendrix, A. R., T. A. Hurford, L. M. Barge, et al. M. T. Bland, J. S. Bowman, W. Brinckerhoff, B. J. Buratti, M. L. Cable, J. Castillo-Rogez, G. C. Collins, S. Diniega, C. R. German, A. G. Hayes, T. Hoehler, S. Hosseini, C. J. Howett, A. S. McEwen, C. D. Neish, M. Neveu, T. A. Nordheim, G. W. Patterson, D. A. Patthoff, C. Phillips, A. Rhoden, B. E. Schmidt, K. N. Singer, J. M. Soderblom, and S. D. Vance. 2019. "The NASA Roadmap to Ocean Worlds." Astrobiology, 19 (1): 1-27 [10.1089/ast.2018.1955]

    Neveu, M., L. E. Hays, M. A. Voytek, M. H. New, and M. D. Schulte. 2018. "The Ladder of Life Detection." Astrobiology, 18 (11): 1375-1402 [10.1089/ast.2017.1773]

    Castillo-Rogez, J., M. Neveu, H. Y. McSween, et al. R. R. Fu, M. J. Toplis, and T. Prettyman. 2018. "Insights into Ceres's evolution from surface composition." Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 53 (9): 1820-1843 [10.1111/maps.13181]

    Stelmach, K. B., M. Neveu, T. J. Vick-Majors, et al. R. L. Mickol, L. Chou, K. D. Webster, M. Tilley, F. Zacchei, C. Escudero, C. L. Flores Martinez, A. Labrado, and E. J. Fernández. 2018. "Secondary Electrons as an Energy Source for Life." Astrobiology, 18 (1): 73-85 [10.1089/ast.2016.1510]

    Neveu, M., and A. Rhoden. 2017. "The origin and evolution of a differentiated Mimas." Icarus, 296: 183-196 [10.1016/j.icarus.2017.06.011]

    Scully, J. E., D. L. Buczkowski, N. Schmedemann, et al. C. A. Raymond, J. C. Castillo-Rogez, S. D. King, M. T. Bland, A. I. Ermakov, D. P. O'Brien, S. Marchi, A. Longobardo, C. T. Russell, R. R. Fu, and M. Neveu. 2017. "Evidence for the Interior Evolution of Ceres from Geologic Analysis of Fractures." Geophysical Research Letters, 44 (19): 9564-9572 [10.1002/2017gl075086]

    Neveu, M., S. J. Desch, and J. C. Castillo-Rogez. 2017. "Aqueous geochemistry in icy world interiors: Equilibrium fluid, rock, and gas compositions, and fate of antifreezes and radionuclides." Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 212: 324-371 [10.1016/j.gca.2017.06.023]

    Desch, S., and M. Neveu. 2017. "Differentiation and cryovolcanism on Charon: A view before and after New Horizons." Icarus, 287: 175-186 [10.1016/j.icarus.2016.11.037]

    Neveu, M., and S. J. Desch. 2015. "Geochemistry, thermal evolution, and cryovolcanism on Ceres with a muddy ice mantle." Geophysical Research Letters, 42 (23): 10,197-10,206 [10.1002/2015gl066375]

    Neveu, M., A. T. Poret-Peterson, A. D. Anbar, and J. J. Elser. 2015. "Ordinary stoichiometry of extraordinary microorganisms." Geobiology, 14 (1): 33-53 [10.1111/gbi.12153]

    Lee, Z. M., L. Steger, J. R. Corman, et al. M. Neveu, A. T. Poret-Peterson, V. Souza, and J. J. Elser. 2015. "Response of a Stoichiometrically Imbalanced Ecosystem to Manipulation of Nutrient Supplies and Ratios." PLOS ONE, 10 (4): e0123949 [10.1371/journal.pone.0123949]

    Neveu, M., S. J. Desch, and J. C. Castillo-Rogez. 2015. "Core cracking and hydrothermal circulation can profoundly affect Ceres' geophysical evolution." Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 120 (2): 123-154 [10.1002/2014je004714]

    Neveu, M., S. Desch, E. Shock, and C. Glein. 2015. "Prerequisites for explosive cryovolcanism on dwarf planet-class Kuiper belt objects." Icarus, 246: 48-64 [10.1016/j.icarus.2014.03.043]

    Rubin, M. E., S. J. Desch, and M. Neveu. 2014. "The effect of Rayleigh–Taylor instabilities on the thickness of undifferentiated crust on Kuiper Belt Objects." Icarus, 236: 122-135 [10.1016/j.icarus.2014.03.047]

    Neveu, M., A. T. Poret-Peterson, Z. M. Lee, A. D. Anbar, and J. J. Elser. 2014. "Prokaryotic cells separated from sediments are suitable for elemental composition analysis." Limnology and Oceanography: Methods, 12 (7): 519-529 [10.4319/lom.2014.12.519]

    Neveu, M., H.-J. Kim, and S. A. Benner. 2013. "The “Strong” RNA World Hypothesis: Fifty Years Old." Astrobiology, 13 (4): 391-403 [10.1089/ast.2012.0868]

    Wilson, E. L., M. F. Neveu, H. Riris, E. M. Georgieva, and W. S. Heaps. 2011. "A hollow-waveguide gas correlation radiometer for ultra-precise column measurements of formaldehyde on Mars." Measurement Science and Technology, 22 (8): 085902 [10.1088/0957-0233/22/8/085902]

    Talks, Presentations and Posters

    Invited

    Searching for life on ocean worlds

    3 / 2020

    ACS NASA Symposium: Polymers, Advanced Materials & Systems for Humanity's Next Giant Leap [conference cancelled].

    On the origin of the Pluto system

    7 / 2019

    Neveu M., Canup R., Kratter K. The Pluto System after New Horizons Conference, abstract 7027.

    Habitable Zones Overview

    7 / 2019

    Presentation to the Planetary Protection Independent Review Board, NASA HQ.

    Ocean Worlds- Exploring abodes for life in and beyond our solar system

    11 / 2017

    Colloquium, Southwest Research Institute, Boulder.

    Ocean Worlds: How did small bodies of rock and ice become so exciting?

    6 / 2017

    Seminar, Carnegie Institute, Department of Terrestrial Magnetism.

    The Geochemistry of Ceres: A Review

    6 / 2017

    Workshop on Ceres Exploration, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory.

    Serpentinization on Small Bodies

    2 / 2017

    NASA Astrobiology Institute Serpentinizing Systems Science Working Group, Workshop Without Walls.

    Planetary Habitability: What Life Needs, What Planets Supply, and Where to Search for Life

    12 / 2016

    Stopover Astronomer talk, National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand, Chiang Mai.

    Thermal evolution of Ceres and Kuiper belt objects: Insights into possible Trojan migration

    7 / 2016

    Jupiter Trojan 2016 meeting, JAXA/ISAS, Sagamihara, Japan.

    Mapping trace gases in the solar system with a gas correlation radiometer

    3 / 2012

    AIAA-Pegasus Student Conference, Poitiers, France.

    Brief Bio

    My main research interests are planetary exploration and astrobiology, the search for the origins, evolution, and distribution of life in the universe.

    Specifically, I seek to understand whether oceans on other worlds harbor life by simulating their physics and chemistry, through laboratory and field studies of similar places on Earth where microbial life thrives, and by developing future space missions to explore these ocean worlds.

    Publications

    Refereed

    Neveu, M., A. D. Anbar, A. F. Davila, et al. D. P. Glavin, S. M. MacKenzie, C. M. Phillips-Lander, B. Sherwood, Y. Takano, P. Williams, and H. Yano. 2020. "Returning Samples From Enceladus for Life Detection." Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Sciences 7 26 [10.3389/fspas.2020.00026]

    Cable, M. L., M. Neveu, H.-W. Hsu, and T. M. Hoehler. 2020. "Enceladus." Planetary Astrobiology (In Press) 217-246 [10.2458/azu_uapress_9780816540068-ch009]

    Neveu, M., C. H. House, and S. T. Wieman. 2020. "Phoebe's carbon isotope composition as evidence for self-shielding in the solar nebula." Icarus (In Press) 113714 [10.1016/j.icarus.2020.113714]

    Castillo-Rogez, J. C., M. Neveu, J. E. Scully, et al. C. H. House, L. C. Quick, A. Bouquet, K. Miller, M. Bland, M. C. De Sanctis, A. Ermakov, A. R. Hendrix, T. H. Prettyman, C. A. Raymond, C. T. Russell, B. E. Sherwood, and E. Young. 2020. "Ceres: Astrobiological Target and Possible Ocean World." Astrobiology 20 269-291 [10.1089/ast.2018.1999]

    Neveu, M., and P. Vernazza. 2019. "IDP-like Asteroids Formed Later than 5 Myr After Ca–Al-rich Inclusions." The Astrophysical Journal 875 (1): 30 [10.3847/1538-4357/ab0d87]

    Neveu, M., and A. R. Rhoden. 2019. "Evolution of Saturn’s mid-sized moons." Nature Astronomy 3 (6): 543-552 [10.1038/s41550-019-0726-y]

    Hendrix, A. R., T. A. Hurford, L. M. Barge, et al. M. T. Bland, J. S. Bowman, W. Brinckerhoff, B. J. Buratti, M. L. Cable, J. Castillo-Rogez, G. C. Collins, S. Diniega, C. R. German, A. G. Hayes, T. Hoehler, S. Hosseini, C. J. Howett, A. S. McEwen, C. D. Neish, M. Neveu, T. A. Nordheim, G. W. Patterson, D. A. Patthoff, C. Phillips, A. Rhoden, B. E. Schmidt, K. N. Singer, J. M. Soderblom, and S. D. Vance. 2019. "The NASA Roadmap to Ocean Worlds." Astrobiology 19 (1): 1-27 [10.1089/ast.2018.1955]

    Neveu, M., L. E. Hays, M. A. Voytek, M. H. New, and M. D. Schulte. 2018. "The Ladder of Life Detection." Astrobiology 18 (11): 1375-1402 [10.1089/ast.2017.1773]

    Castillo-Rogez, J., M. Neveu, H. Y. McSween, et al. R. R. Fu, M. J. Toplis, and T. Prettyman. 2018. "Insights into Ceres's evolution from surface composition." Meteoritics & Planetary Science 53 (9): 1820-1843 [10.1111/maps.13181]

    Stelmach, K. B., M. Neveu, T. J. Vick-Majors, et al. R. L. Mickol, L. Chou, K. D. Webster, M. Tilley, F. Zacchei, C. Escudero, C. L. Flores Martinez, A. Labrado, and E. J. Fernández. 2018. "Secondary Electrons as an Energy Source for Life." Astrobiology 18 (1): 73-85 [10.1089/ast.2016.1510]

    Neveu, M., and A. Rhoden. 2017. "The origin and evolution of a differentiated Mimas." Icarus 296 183-196 [10.1016/j.icarus.2017.06.011]

    Scully, J. E., D. L. Buczkowski, N. Schmedemann, et al. C. A. Raymond, J. C. Castillo-Rogez, S. D. King, M. T. Bland, A. I. Ermakov, D. P. O'Brien, S. Marchi, A. Longobardo, C. T. Russell, R. R. Fu, and M. Neveu. 2017. "Evidence for the Interior Evolution of Ceres from Geologic Analysis of Fractures." Geophysical Research Letters 44 (19): 9564-9572 [10.1002/2017gl075086]

    Neveu, M., S. J. Desch, and J. C. Castillo-Rogez. 2017. "Aqueous geochemistry in icy world interiors: Equilibrium fluid, rock, and gas compositions, and fate of antifreezes and radionuclides." Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 212 324-371 [10.1016/j.gca.2017.06.023]

    Desch, S., and M. Neveu. 2017. "Differentiation and cryovolcanism on Charon: A view before and after New Horizons." Icarus 287 175-186 [10.1016/j.icarus.2016.11.037]

    Neveu, M., and S. J. Desch. 2015. "Geochemistry, thermal evolution, and cryovolcanism on Ceres with a muddy ice mantle." Geophysical Research Letters 42 (23): 10,197-10,206 [10.1002/2015gl066375]

    Neveu, M., A. T. Poret-Peterson, A. D. Anbar, and J. J. Elser. 2015. "Ordinary stoichiometry of extraordinary microorganisms." Geobiology 14 (1): 33-53 [10.1111/gbi.12153]

    Lee, Z. M., L. Steger, J. R. Corman, et al. M. Neveu, A. T. Poret-Peterson, V. Souza, and J. J. Elser. 2015. "Response of a Stoichiometrically Imbalanced Ecosystem to Manipulation of Nutrient Supplies and Ratios." PLOS ONE 10 (4): e0123949 [10.1371/journal.pone.0123949]

    Neveu, M., S. J. Desch, and J. C. Castillo-Rogez. 2015. "Core cracking and hydrothermal circulation can profoundly affect Ceres' geophysical evolution." Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 120 (2): 123-154 [10.1002/2014je004714]

    Neveu, M., S. Desch, E. Shock, and C. Glein. 2015. "Prerequisites for explosive cryovolcanism on dwarf planet-class Kuiper belt objects." Icarus 246 48-64 [10.1016/j.icarus.2014.03.043]

    Rubin, M. E., S. J. Desch, and M. Neveu. 2014. "The effect of Rayleigh–Taylor instabilities on the thickness of undifferentiated crust on Kuiper Belt Objects." Icarus 236 122-135 [10.1016/j.icarus.2014.03.047]

    Neveu, M., A. T. Poret-Peterson, Z. M. Lee, A. D. Anbar, and J. J. Elser. 2014. "Prokaryotic cells separated from sediments are suitable for elemental composition analysis." Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 12 (7): 519-529 [10.4319/lom.2014.12.519]

    Neveu, M., H.-J. Kim, and S. A. Benner. 2013. "The “Strong” RNA World Hypothesis: Fifty Years Old." Astrobiology 13 (4): 391-403 [10.1089/ast.2012.0868]

    Wilson, E. L., M. F. Neveu, H. Riris, E. M. Georgieva, and W. S. Heaps. 2011. "A hollow-waveguide gas correlation radiometer for ultra-precise column measurements of formaldehyde on Mars." Measurement Science and Technology 22 (8): 085902 [10.1088/0957-0233/22/8/085902]

                                                                                                                                                                                            
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