LPSC 2013 – Be a Part of the Conference!

The Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (LPSC) is rapidly approaching! We’ve got a large contingent going to the conference this year which means several exciting things for you, our readers! Starting on Monday the 18th March, we will be posting to the blog every day- giving you an insight into what goes on at one of the largest planetary science conferences in the world.

Another new and exciting feature you can take advantage of while we’re there are our microbloggers. This year, LPSC is allowing a select group of attendees to tweet live from the conference. We have the fortune of three of our group being part of this new endeavor. If you’d like to follow our live tweets then here are the details of the people that will be tweeting throughout the week:

We shall we tweeting on the @EarthSolarSystm account, as well as on our own personal account:

Sarah Crowther – @SarahACrowther

Katie Joy  – @Katie_H_Joy

Mark Nottingham – @MarkCNottingham

All tweets regarding LPSC will carry the #LPSC2013 hashtag, be sure to check twitter for other attendees of the conference who will also be using the same hashtag.

We look forward to showing you what science conferences are all about- We hope you enjoy our coverage and of course, let all your friends know about this unique opportunity to follow what we’re doing throughout the week!

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About Mark Nottingham

Mark is a PhD student in the Isotope Geochemistry and Cosmochemistry group at UoM. Primarily working on the RIMSKI and RELAX noble gas instruments.
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