Earth and Planetary Science
EPS Planetary Science

News and Awards

May 1, 2009
Professor Don DePaolo and a team of researchers from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory were selected to receive one of only 46 large grants given out from the Department of Energy\'s Office... [Read more]
May 2, 2009
High-level technician to manage an electron microprobe laboratory under faculty supervision. Duties include maintenance and operation of all subsystems of a Cameca SX-51 microprobe; analysis and... [Read more]
May 3, 2009
Leif Karlstrom received an Outstanding Student Poster at AGU last year, congratulations! 
Jul 1, 2009
Professor Bill Dietrich received the Robert E. Horton Medal of the American Geophysical Union. The medal  recognizes outstanding contributions to hydrology. Bill received this great honor \"for... [Read more]
Sep 1, 2009
On Tuesday October 13, Doris Sloan, adjunct professor, will be inducted as an Academy Honorary Fellow at the annual dinner of the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco.Congratulations!
Sep 2, 2009
July 2009 Professor Barbara Romanowicz was honored by the American Geophysical Union with the 2009 Inge Lehmann Medal. The Lehmann Medal is given not more often than every other year in recognition... [Read more]
Dec 1, 2009
Five Berkeley Lab scientists have been named to the 2009 class of “Fellow” by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). An honor bestowed by their peers, a AAAS Fellow is... [Read more]
Dec 2, 2009
Dr. Raymond Jeanloz was elected a Fellow for \"contributions to the development of sound public policy for nuclear weapons management and nuclear non-proliferation and for engaging scientists in... [Read more]
Apr 1, 2010
The graduate program of Earth and Planetary Science Department was ranked 3rd place by US News & World Report. Our department came in 3rd just after tied for first place California Institute of... [Read more]
Apr 2, 2010
Professor Hans-Rudolf Wenk was awarded the Abraham-Gottlob-Werner-Medaille in Silver for 2010.  The Abraham-Gottlob-Werner Medal is the highest honor of the German Mineralogical Society. It is... [Read more]

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