We’re very saddened to hear of Patrick Moore’s death this weekend – by way of tribute, here’s our favourite Patrick YouTube outing.
- Header images: 3. Prof R. Arculus and Dr C. Schardt. collecting a sediment core sample on the deck of the RV Franklin, in the shadow of Tinakula. Copyright Dr Susan Belford.
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- RT @AnneHTraining: Women and Geology in the 19th Century @geolsoc shar.es/14CrTL May be interesting to fans of The Lie Tree? @Fran… 1 hour ago
- An online exhibition from our library on women in geology in the 19th century #womeninSTEM geolsoc.org.uk/Library-and-In… https://t.co/l2bK7BJ2kA 2 hours ago
- RT @NASA: Meet the four women astronauts who can't wait to go to Mars: bit.ly/1n4TuI5 Via @glamourmag #WomenInSTEM https://t.co/… 3 hours ago
- Taking issue with Sheldon Cooper: Why geologists should call themselves 'the dirt people' blog.geolsoc.org.uk/2016/02/11/sav… https://t.co/CQ4Rr7HIRj 4 hours ago
- RT @cage_rusty: @geolsoc @trowelblazers Mary Anning was one of my inspirations as a girl & I went on to study Earth Science. #womeninstem 4 hours ago