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Cardiff Uni School of Earth & Ocean Sciences May 26
Sea4All, a two-year project to drive awareness of the impact of marine pollution among young people, celebrates success as it comes to a close.
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Cardiff Uni CPD May 22
One for the geologists and mining experts - Minerals for the Green Economy by Prof Tom Blenkinsop of This fascinating webinar will explore which resources are needed for the green economy and how we can mine responsibly. Register FREE here:
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Time for Geography May 25
Do sea cliffs sway during storms? Research spotlight video looking a recent advances in our understanding of coastal erosion processes. With , ,
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Cardiff Uni School of Earth & Ocean Sciences May 18
Some of the most sophisticated models of the Earth's interior ever constructed will be produced in a new project led by Professor Huw Davies
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Cardiff Uni School of Earth & Ocean Sciences May 13
We are working to develop virtual field trips for our students and will keep you updated with the progress. Not sure if we will be able to replicate the rolling fog of late September!
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WWF Cymru 🌏 May 11
You can help map bee-friendly plants around the country through a new Spot-A-Bee app, created in partnership with .
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Cardiff Uni School of Earth & Ocean Sciences May 6
Our online course in Structural Geology for Exploration and Mining is available to undergraduate geology students. The CPD course introduces the importance of structural analysis in mineral exploration, and how to record, analyse and present data.
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Marine Professionals Apr 27
Why are the oceans so vital in securing the future of our planet? Listen to IMarEST staff, Chief Executive David Loosley and ex-President Dr Andrew Tyler discuss ocean wonders and why it is vital that we protect them.
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Cardiff Uni School of Earth & Ocean Sciences Apr 22
We may be separated, but we're all in this together, and we’re all on this planet together 🌍 Today is which marks 50 years of action for Earth. How will you be part of history? Join us for the first digital :
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Time for Geography Apr 16
Geography is about learning how to understand the links between disciplines, and using those links to develop new, world-changing innovations. Find out about studying geography at Cardiff University 🎓 ,
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Cardiff Uni School of Earth & Ocean Sciences Apr 14
If you're looking for something geographical to do during this time, take a look at our free online course in the Challenge of Global Water Security.
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Cardiff Uni School of Earth & Ocean Sciences Apr 6
For those looking for something geological to do during this time, take a look at our free online course in Extreme Geological Events.
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Cardiff Uni Comms Apr 1
Dr Åke Fagereng of writes for about new research which reveals the conditions behind “slow earthquakes” that happen over weeks or even months.
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Ian Hall Mar 24
I am proud of everyone who, as we closed down, donated their PPE to help support local NHS Trust Hospitals - To all NHS staff and other frontline staff working tirelessly through this challenging time we want to say THANK YOU 👏❤️👏
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Cardiff University Mar 20
Let’s continue to work together, study together and support each other through this crisis which, however difficult it seems now, will come to an end in due course. ❤️ We're here to support you: 🖥️ 📧 coronavirusadvice@cardiff.ac.uk
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Cardiff University Mar 18
A message to staff and students from the Vice-Chancellor “Thank you to all of you for your hard work, calmness and understanding...let’s continue to work together,study together and support each other through this crisis which will come to an end in due course." Full message 👇
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Sindia Sosdian Mar 12
Great day of hands on science fun
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Sindia Sosdian Mar 13
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Cardiff Uni School of Earth & Ocean Sciences Mar 13
A team of geologists, led by scientists and including an academic from , say a large proportion of the elements carbon and nitrogen, as well as the compound water, were not delivered to Earth until very late in the planet’s formation.
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Cardiff Uni School of Earth & Ocean Sciences Mar 11
We have plenty of paid internships available in during the summer recess. View our 2020 opportunities on Your Career Journey.
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