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All week, we’re exploring some of the more unusual directions a career in Earth sciences can take you. We’ve been as far as the Philippines, but for today’s profile we don’t even need to leave the building, as our map … Continue reading
We’ve been a bit quiet on our blog recently, but that’s all about to change. We’ve been busy preparing for another Earth Science Week, and here’s where to find the latest info!
The UK’s first Earth Science Week begins today! Earth Science Week has been happening in the USA annually since 1998, organised by the American Geological Institute, and we’re very pleased to host the first UK week alongside.