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By Evan As mentioned in my last post, I currently am spending some time in Japan, in Kumamoto, Kyushu (i.e. southern Japan). The major attraction of Kumamoto, besides the ubiquitous Kumamon, is without a doubt Mt Aso. The Aso caldera … Continue reading →
By Nick, Unfortunately its Pavlov’s Dog, and Pavlof Volcano, but it would have been such a good joke. Over sixty volcanoes erupt on earth every year, but most of these are underwater, or in countries where the media cycle is … Continue reading →
By Kelly Part of the PhD experience is that we attend as many seminars as we can to broaden our horizons, which I sometimes find hard because I’m having enough troubles keeping on top of my own subject. So I … Continue reading →
By Kelly Normally I might put a piece like this as a ‘Not-so-serious-Sunday‘ post. But Chris Hadfield‘s recent recording from his studio in space is worth featuring mid week. His rendition of David Bowie’s ‘Space Oddity’ has gone viral, with … Continue reading →
By Kelly What? Oh right yes, how to write a thesis with a limited attention span. I’ve spent the last four months running around like I’ve stolen something. I’ve been multi-tasking somewhat precariously, with the flurry of activity only hindering … Continue reading →
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