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Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis
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September 15-October 15 is National Hispanic Heritage Month. How are you celebrating?
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WUSTL EPS Sep 18
Bronwen Konecky, , received the Nanne Weber Early Career Award. Congratulations, Professor Konecky!
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WUSTL EPS Sep 11
Will the same fiber optic cables that underpin the telecommunications industry become next-gen seismic networks? Find out at this week's EPS colloquium, tomorrow at 4:15!
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WUSTL EPS Sep 11
Calling all midwestern geobiology enthusiasts! It's not too late to sign up for the 8th Annual Midwest Geobiology Symposium. Register by 9/13!
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WUSTL EPS Sep 10
You know you want to learn about how volcanoes, climate change, and pandemics are connected! 🌋
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WUSTL EPS Sep 6
Are you watching 's live telecast this afternoon? India will be the 4th nation to land a spacecraft on the Moon!
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WUSTL EPS Sep 4
Got lunch plans on Friday? Join us at noon for the fall kick-off of our Brown Bag series. This week's topic is "Field Geology in Patagonia." Amazing photos guaranteed!
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WUSTL EPS Sep 3
Join the Earth and planetary sciences faculty! Apply now for a tenure-track or tenured faculty position at the assistant, associate, or full professor rank in the field of planetary science.
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WUSTL EPS Aug 30
Shout out to Ray Arvidson, Jeff Catalano, David Fike, and Kaushik Mitra, who are all featured in this month's science research roundup. Congratulations on your recent awards!
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WUSTL EPS Aug 28
Welcome back to , and welcome back to our EPS colloquium series! Join us tomorrow at 4:15 p.m. in Rudolph 203 for Katharina Lodders' talk on "Solar system elemental abundances"
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WUSTL EPS Aug 22
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WUSTL EPS Aug 21
"Deep-Earth diamonds" certainly sound cool, but reminds us that "lava data has to be taken with a grain of (ba)salt, because it’s difficult to determine the depth at which the lava’s starting material originates."
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WUSTL EPS Aug 20
Fall term is only days away! Do your new lab members know what to expect?
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WUSTL EPS Aug 15
Spoiler alert: tektites are NOT the products of lunar volcanoes. Prof Kun Wang explains how his work on tektites can help us understand how the Moon formed.
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WUSTL EPS Aug 13
"As with any mission of exploration, dealing with the unknown requires flexibility, resources, and ingenuity." Wise words from OSIRIS-REx PI and alum Dante Lauretta, who was once a PhD student in Bruce Fegley's planetary chemistry lab.
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WUSTL EPS Aug 12
Congratulations to Dr. Tim Hahn! He successfully defended his dissertation on "Applications of Big Data Analytics in Planetary Science" last Friday.
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WUSTL EPS Aug 9
New finds from suggest "an evolution in the ancient lake environment recorded in these rocks," said Valerie Fox, alumna. "It wasn't just a static lake. The history of water was more complicated."
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WUSTL EPS Aug 8
Know any students who are also aspiring science writers? The Ampersand Student Internship Program is a great opportunity to hone communications skills and work with people across !
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WUSTL EPS Aug 7
Lovely day for a drone demo! Though pricey, this technology could mean big things for field geology, remote sensing, environmental studies, and many other fields.
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WUSTL EPS Aug 6
Tomorrow (8/7)! Headwall Photonics, a hyperspectral imaging company specializing in spectral data acquisition, will be doing a flight demo with one of their drones on campus. Meet at 9 a.m. at Rudolph Hall for breakfast followed by drone fun.
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