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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
Marissa Tremblay (EPS Ph.D., 2017) awarded Charles and Nancy Naeser Prize for outstanding and innovative contribution to the field of thermochronology.
EPS Postdoc François Soubiran and Professor Burkhard Militzer publish new article on magnetic fields of exoplanets.
New theory on formation of lunar swirls, collaboration with Douglas Hemingway, Miller postdoc with EPS/BSL
ShakeAlert in action, with EPS Professor, BSL Director, Richard Allen onboard train.
Watch as our very own Inez Fung teams up with comedian Aparna Nancherla, and Janet George of Western Digital to demonstrate the effects.
Pyroclast cooling and saturation are important for understanding submarine eruption dynamics and pyroclast dispersal. In this study, laboratory experiments were used to examine, and...