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Tag Archives: geoscientist
There’s a huge range of career options for Earth scientists, from academia to communications. All week, in honour of Earth Science Week, we’ve been featuring geologists who have taken their careers in more unusual directions. In our final blog, we … Continue reading
We’re returning to the Philippines for our fourth career blog, where scientists recognising the social impact of their work is more important than ever… Dr Carlos Primo C David, Geologist at the University of the Philippines, National Institute of Geological … 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!
With just one week to go until the big launch, we arrived at the geology castle this week to find ourselves Wenlocked!
Sarah Day visits the Lyme Regis Fossil Festival and meets local artist Adrian Gray, whose amazing stone balancing sculptures have audiences on the beach enthralled. Originally published in Geoscientist Online, 30 May 2012 ‘Balance is intuitive. You have to stop … Continue reading
What are the most visited websites in the world? To answer this question, many of us will refer to Wikipedia. While the site hasn’t quite achieved the stratospheric heights of Facebook and Google, it is rarely out of the top … Continue reading
We knew we were in for it when we chose a picture library image of an unidentified ammonite for the cover of the November issue of Geoscientist. So far reactions have been of two kinds – compliments on the graphic … Continue reading