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Well summer is definitely over – the schools have gone back, it is raining (not that rain distinguishes the season in Manchester, it rains all the time!), and the programme for Manchester Science Festival was launched last week. So I … Continue reading
Tagged #MSF17, #ScienceUncovered, #SU17, Central Library, European Researchers' Night, Half term, Manchester Museum, Manchester Science Festival, Mars, Meteorite Hunt, Meteorites, moon rocks, Museum of Science and Industry, Public Engagement, science, Science Uncovered
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Each October the Isotope, Comochemistry and Geochemistry Group gains numerous new PhD students who conduct important research in fields ranging from studying particles which existed before our Solar System to understanding the process of tectonic subduction through noble gas analyses. … 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
Tagged Conference, cosmic ray exposure, Cosmochemistry, Geochemistry, geochemistry group, Isotopes, lunar regolith, Mid-ocean ridge, Open University, Research, science