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An OU technician has been honoured as “truly inspiring” in this year’s Times Higher Education Awards. Dr Barbara Kunz, a research project officer (technician) at The Open University’s Faculty of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics has...

source: The Open University

In the state of Western Australia sits the famous Wolfe Creek crater, the aftermath of a 14,000-ton meteorite crashing into Earth thousands of years ago. A new study now claims the impact happened far more recently than we...

source: Science Alert

The Moon: A personal recollection and memorial for Professor Lawrence A. Taylor, an Apollo stalwart...

source: GS

Experimental evidence for fluid-induced melting in subduction zones 190Pt-186Os geochronometer reveals...

source: GS

The GS is participating in the 2019 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting this month. Stop by our booth (number 422) for information about GS programs or to renew your membership.

source: GS

Nitrous oxide is a greenhouse gas and one of the main stratospheric ozone depleting substances on the planet. According to new research, we are releasing more of it into the atmosphere than previously thought.

source: International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis via ScienceDaily


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