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Over the weekend, I attended the 32nd National Student Space Conference, at the University of Birmingham. The event takes place every March and is run by UKSEDS, the society of Students for the Exploration and Development of Space. There’s a … Continue reading
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A couple of weeks ago a couple of our colleagues from The Open University came up to Manchester to discuss a new exhibition at the Manchester Museum – Catch a Shooting Star. You can read more about the plans for … 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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