Buried in the Cat's Paw Nebula lies one of the largest space molecules ever seen

With all sorts of elements floating around in space in extremely low concentrations, constantly being bombarded with ionizing radiation, I am not surprised that a lot of different chemicals can be created.

But, what happens when all of those chemicals condense into a planet? I would expect some to destroy others, and some to build even more complex compounds.

So, I am wondering if these researchers have any ideas about whether 2-methoxyethanol has any relevance to biological development on a planet - particularly one that starts with an atmosphere low on oxygen and high on CO2.