Geochemists Gather at Goldschmidt

Jul 04, 2012 1 Comment 1521 views

Taking its name from one of the great pioneers of geochemistry, Victor Moritz Goldschmidt (1888-1947), the Goldschmidt conference has become a key annual event for geochemists and Earth scientists alike. It provides an opportunity for fresh-faced postgrads to meet like-minded people whose eyes don’t glaze over when they discuss their work, and gives senior academics […]

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Memories of Montréal

Jul 04, 2012 No Comments 849 views

The 2012 Goldschmidt conference took place between the 24th and 29th June in Montréal, Quebec. Conferences are interesting beasts for all involved. For the new PhD students, this may be the first time to present their work in public, which brings a whole raft of stress-related baggage. For intermediates such as late-stage PhD students and […]

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We, the pioneers.

May 31, 2012 1 Comment 1114 views

As Voyager 1 cradles the edge of our Solar System, poised to enter the vacuous expanse of deep space, we are approaching a milestone that many on this planet are not aware of. As this magnificent example of human engineering leaves the confines of the warm embrace of our Sun, at ~120 AU a now faint and […]

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Cake or Science?

May 04, 2012 No Comments 867 views

We were hungry for knowledge and thirsty for cider, so to Oviedo we went!

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A Multiplicity of Worlds

Apr 10, 2012 No Comments 2224 views

Undoubtedly the most exciting exoplanet news of the past week is the discovery of a star system with…

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Geochemistry RiP

Apr 05, 2012 No Comments 1162 views

I recently attended a ‘Research in Progress’, or ‘RiP’, meeting organised by the UK’s Geochemistry Group…

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These photons are just for you

Mar 22, 2012 1 Comment 1408 views

One of the first things which really attracted me when I was a child was the night sky. Maybe that happened because…

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… and lift-off !!!

Mar 01, 2012 1 Comment 1042 views

Welcome to the European Association of Geochemistry blog.

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My experience working with a bunch of (mad) scientists

Feb 29, 2012 No Comments 1311 views

Man, this guy was good looking – tall, broad shouldered, soft eyed, tousled hair, cute little dimples, … and then…

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Life and the seas of Europa

Feb 29, 2012 5 Comments 4036 views

Jupiter’s icy moon Europa has been of interest to astronomers for hundreds of years, and to planetary scientists since…

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