Earth and Planetary Science
EPS Atmosphere, Oceans, and Climate

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Oct 7, 2021
Science at Cal Lecture SeriesWhat can studying Earth's tiny vibrations teach us about our planet?Featuring: Dr. Harriet Lau Assistant Professor Dept. of Earth and Planetary ScienceWhile the Earth’s... [Read more]
Oct 22, 2021
SAVE THE DATE Join us this October for a morning in the field with Berkeley EPS professors and students! WHEN October 309:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Please sign up... [Read more]
Oct 4, 2021
The Graduate Division is holding a Graduate Diversity Admissions Fair from Monday, Oct. 18 through Friday, Oct. 22. This weeklong series of events will feature department-specific information... [Read more]
Sep 23, 2021
“To have the opportunity to serve on PCAST is an immense honor, one I could not have imagined decades ago when I came to the United States from Hong Kong for college,” Fung said. “I am a proud... [Read more]
Oct 6, 2021
University of California, BerkeleyBerkeley Edge Conference for Prospective Graduate Students in the Mathematical and Physical SciencesFriday, November 5th THE CONFERENCE—The Berkeley Edge... [Read more]
Sep 30, 2021
Assistant Professor - Department of Earth & Planetary Science - College of Letters & Science Job #JPF03072Earth & Planetary Science / College of Letters & Science - Mathematical... [Read more]
Jul 26, 2021
Luis Valentin-Alvarado (left) and Basem Al-Shayeb (right) collect DNA-filled soil samples from what was a temporary springtime pond.Jill Banfield Mysterious DNA sequences, known as ‘Borgs,’... [Read more]
Jul 6, 2021
The International Association of Seismology and Physics of the Earth's Interior (IASPEI) has awarded the 2021 IASPEI Medal to Earth & Planetary Science (EPS)... [Read more]
Jun 7, 2021
Average Atom Models for Warm Dense Matter2 Day Online Workshop June 28-29, 2021Invited talks will be given by  Tilo Doeppner (LLNL), Stephanie Hansen (Sandia), Charles Starrett (LANL), Gerard... [Read more]
Jun 4, 2021
A new model by UC Berkeley seismologists proposes that Earth’s inner core grows faster on its east side (left) than on its west. Gravity equalizes the asymmetric growth by pushing iron crystals... [Read more]

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