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By Kelsie Long Hi all! I am part of the small but unique Archaeogeochemistry group here at the Research School of Earth Sciences (RSES). We are focused on bridging the gap between cutting edge analytical sciences and archaeological research. For … Continue reading →
Are you fed up with boring graphs? What about listening to your data instead of starring at them for hours? It is possible thanks to the sonification of data. Above, an example of the sonification played by physicists of CERN … Continue reading →
By Jo For my blogging debut I thought I would share some of my experiences with moving to the other side of the world to start my PhD – the good the bad and the ugly (but mainly the good). … Continue reading →
By Jo Ward I was lucky enough to go on the recent Geological Society of America’s Hawaiian volcanoes field trip with a fabulous bunch of students from Australia, New Zealand and the United States. It was an amazing geological experience … Continue reading →
By Thomas This post is likely going to be my last one in a while. The reason for this is, that I’m now venturing in the final stage of my PhD and I have to focus on writing my thesis. … Continue reading →
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