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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
DEI Committee

Professional Culture: Let’s Talk Tackling of Inequity, Injustice, and Absent Talent

Progressive reforms and community kindness are encouraged; terminology common among DEI discussions is explored here to help facilitate reflection and spark constructive conversations.

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Talking to the media – Tips from Tom Parkhill, Goldschmidt Press Officer

Journalists are human. Like everyone else, they appreciate it when you make their life easy. If you give them a good story, they will be delighted, and they are generally kind to scientists....

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DEI Committee

People’s profiles – Vera Assis Fernandes

Vera Assis Fernandes. Visiting Scientist, Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin, Germany. Visiting Researcher, CEED, University of Oslo, Norway. Visiting Academic, DEES, University of Manchester, UK

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DEI Committee

People’s profiles – Jeffrey Paulo Perez

GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences, Germany Jeffrey’s  current research is focused on iron redox (geo)chemistry in natural and engineered environments

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DEI Committee

New Schemes! People and Talent

“Knowledge belongs to humanity, and is the torch which illuminates the world.” – Louis Pasteur

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Derek Vance starts as EAG President!

It is a great honour to become the President of the European Association of Geochemistry (EAG). I have just taken over from Sigurdur Gislason – “Siggi”

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Robotic field geologists will bring more samples from space!

We are living in an exciting period of time: samples from asteroids, the Moon, Mars, and hopefully comets are or will be returned to laboratories on Earth within the next one or two decades

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Uniting to Advance Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in a Pandemic and Post-Pandemic World

There are significant numbers of highly-educated, well-trained, talented and hardworking people in geochemistry and wider Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths (STEM) fields around the globe

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How isotopes can help us understand Cape Town’s water crisis

Rosy Finlayson, Ayabonga Mtsotso and Nomvo Kasolo

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Writing for change

“Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known” Carl Sagan (1934-1996), Astronomer and Science Communicator.  We can ask of this quote, but by who?

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OnTheRocks

Autodidacticism, hobbies and your professional future

My students often ask me how I learnt to make nice images and graphs for papers, cool diagrams, videos or programs. "What software do you use?" — is the typical question. So here goes some facts about

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The Value of Field Training in Geochemistry

Field work is a key part of training for many geological careers. From locating and describing new deposits to excavating rocks and fossils, to identifying structural relationships between different

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Geochemists in the time of COVID-19: part 2

In this new series on the EAG blogosphere, geochemists from around the world have been telling us about their experiences during this difficult period of the COVID-19 pandemic: how it has affected

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Geochemists in the time of COVID-19: part 1

In this new series on the EAG blogosphere, geochemists from around the world tell us about their experiences during this difficult period of the COVID-19 pandemic: how it has affected their academic

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