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This weekend several members of the group are Berlin-bound for the 79th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society. This annual conference attracts researchers from all over the world and covers various aspects of planetary science, but focuses on studies of … Continue reading
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Several group members recently presented their latest research findings at the 2016 Goldschmidt conference. This international meeting attracts researchers from all over the world to present the latest findings from across a wide range of geochemistry disciplines (think water pollution to deep Earth … Continue reading
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Summer 2016 – Euros in France, Olympics in Brazil, ice cream, BBQs and sunscreen. Here at Earth and Solar System HQ summer 2016 also means some big events for us to look forward to. Bluedot Festival One of our … Continue reading
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Last Friday several of the group headed out of the lab for a day packed full of space…science. It was the UK Planetary forum’s 13th Early Career Planetary Scientists’ Meeting held at the University of Leicester. The annual meeting is … Continue reading
This week is the 78th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society in Berkeley, California, and several members of our group will be presenting their research at the meeting. In fact, I’m writing this while in a big tin can somewhere … Continue reading
It’s the last session on the last day and numbers are dwindling as usual. Just the interested people in each session but the science is still as good as on the first day even though many people have left early … Continue reading
If you remember my old blog from almost two years ago about chondrule formation when you might not be surprised that we had some more of the “entertaining” discussions this morning. The chondrule session was on and they scheduled the … Continue reading
It is the time of the year again when planetary scientists come together in Houston to discuss their latest findings from meteorites to impact craters, from remote sensing to rover missions. It is the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference held … Continue reading
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On Thursday March 14th a few of the Isotope and Cosmochemistry research group traveled down in the very early hours of the day to The Open University in Milton Keynes to attend the Geochemistry Group Research in Progress Meeting. Nat Curran, … Continue reading
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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 … Continue reading