SUERC placement student Marcus Boyd named runner-up in UK Young Scientist of the Year at the Big Bang Fair in Birmingham.
NERC funded research project. Testing the 'megadrought' hypothesis and its implications for human evolution.
Results show that caldera collapse attributed to a super eruption almost 40,000 years ago was smaller than what scientists expected. So what might have really happened?
UK Space Agency (UKSA) fund KHRONOS stage II: development of in situ provenance tools and mass spectrometer technologies for rover-based exploration of Mars
STFC fund 3 year consortium project to look at the cycling of heat, water and organics throughout the solar system, from the solar nebula to planetary bodies
SUERC student, Helen Kinch, was awarded ‘best poster presentation’ at the Thirty Fifth Open Meeting of the Co-ordinating Group on Environmental Radioactivity (COGER).
Leverhulme fund 3 year project that links traditional archaeological approaches to understanding evolution with high-precision 40Ar/39Ar geochronology.
Gold mineralization in Northern Ireland was emplaced during the Grampian event of the Caledonian orogeny.
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