Ichiko Sugiyama

Ichiko is a second-year Ph.D. student from the Weizmann Institute of Science in the field of biogeochemistry. She specializes in trace metal interaction with hydrocarbons and iron minerals, as well as understanding the fate of metals and nutrients upon mineral transformation during diagenesis.

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Ichiko Sugiyama

Bethany Ehlmann: Taking Opportunity to the next Level

Bethany Ehlmann is a professor in planetary science at the California Institute of Science (Caltech) and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). She gave a plenary talk on Monday about

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Ichiko Sugiyama

Sing your Heart out at the Pop-up Talk

Sometimes, you need to loosen up after spending all day at the Goldschmidt conference. Professor Geoff Gilleaudeau from George Mason University did just that at the Pop-up talk on Wednesday

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Ichiko Sugiyama

SO amazing: The new cutting-edge method for measuring clumping in sulphate

Goldschmidt conference is a fantastic place to meet new scientists and colleagues in your field. Here, I had an opportunity to talk to professor Yuichiro Ueno, who recently gave a talk on

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Ichiko Sugiyama

The Goldschmidt Volunteers

The Goldschmidt volunteers are the first line of defence for any issues which may arise during the conference. From organizing registration to tech support, there are many different tasks involved in

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