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Geological Society of America’s Annual Meeting

Posted by on Apr 25, 2017 in News | 0 comments

Geological Society of America’s Annual Meeting

The Geological Society of America’s Annual Meeting is due to take place in Seattle, Washington from 22-25 September 2017. Important dates: Abstract Deadline – 1 August 2017 Early Registration Deadline – 18 August 2017 More details can be found at the meeting website.   The 2018 annual meeting will be held in Indianapolis, Indiana. Important dates: Field Trip submission deadline – 1 December 2017 Sessions and Short Courses deadline – 1 February 2018 Abstract Deadline – 14 August 2018 Meeting Dates – 4-7 November...

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1st British Planetary Science Congress

Posted by on Apr 10, 2017 in News | 0 comments

1st British Planetary Science Congress

The website for the 1st British Planetary Science Congress has gone live: http://www.spero.ac.uk/BPSC The website provides details of sessions and keynotes/invited speakers as well as the basic conference structure. Conference registration and abstract submission will open 1st September 2017. Note that the registration costs have been kept to a minimum; for students registration will be £25 and for everyone else £50. This will include access to the icebreaker (free bar and canapés) and the evening poster session (free bar and snacks). We anticipate between 5-10 awards available for students...

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PhD Opportunity – University of Leicester

Posted by on Apr 10, 2017 in News | 0 comments

PhD Opportunity – University of Leicester

Fluids in the Martian Crust: Mars Science Laboratory and ExoMars Supervisors: Prof. John Bridges and Dr Susanne Schwenzer The Leicester Institute for Space and Earth Observation has a wide range of space science activities including the study of Mars through mission involvement (e.g. Mars Science Laboratory, HiRISE, CaSSIS, ExoMars) and the study of martian meteorites. We are commencing a multimillion pound investment in a new Space Park to further strengthen our space science activities. Similarly, the Open University is an internationally recognised centre for planetary science research....

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London March for Science

Posted by on Mar 20, 2017 in News | 4 comments

London March for Science

On 22 April the London March for Science will go forward in solidarity with our colleagues in the US and around the world as a massive, diverse, non-partisan, and celebratory demonstration of public support for science that highlights challenges facing the scientific community and will act as a catalyst for ongoing public action around specific issues. Scientific progress and freedom is under threat on a global level – from the policies of the new US administration, uncertainty around the impact of the EU referendum, and a broad increase in anti-intellectualism and resistance to facts...

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Summer Camp, Finland, Aug. 2017

Posted by on Mar 20, 2017 in News | 0 comments

Summer Camp, Finland, Aug. 2017

SUMMER CAMP: “Deep History of Universe, the Earth and the Biosphere” 20 – 26 August, 2017, Finland Registration is now open for the Deep History of the Universe, the Earth and the Biopshere summer camp from 20-26 August 2017 at the Tuorla observatory, Kaarina, Finland: http://timetrek2017.utu.fi/ The summer camp is primarily aimed at students interested in astrobiology and the deep history of the world. The attendance is limited to 30 attendees, so early application/registration is advisable: There is no registration fee charged for participation in the lectures, but a small fee is...

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