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Professors Paul Renne and Stephen Self published new data in Science, suggesting it is likely that an impact 66 million years ago reignited massive volcanic eruptions in India
Cal Big Give starts TONIGHT at 9pm and ends tomorrow March 14th at 9pm.
The award will be conferred at the Goldschmidt Conference in Barcelona this August.
Barbara Romanowicz is being recognized with the Emil Wiechert Medal from the German Geophysical Society
EPS Professor Jillian Banfield's lecture, "Mysteries of the Invisible World of Microbes" will be held at Sibley Auditorium in the Bechtel Engineering Center from 4-5pm on Tuesday, April 30.
We are one of the two top institutions for producing PhDs who move on to faculty positions.
Gravity measurements collected during Cassini’s Grand Finale point to an unexpectedly young age for Saturn’s rings, as detailed in article co-authored by EPS Professor Burkhard Militzer
New research led by EPS Postdoctoral Fellow Sarah Slotznick documents magnetic evidence of oxygenation in a lake during the Proterozoic Eon.
The American Meteorological Society is sponsoring a full day symposium in honor of EPS faculty member Inez Fung and her scientific contributions. The symposium description is as follows:
EPS Professor and Chair, Michael Manga, discusses Big Data, volcanoes, and space exploration in an interview with WorldQuant