Monthly Archives: March 2013

Standing up for Science!

When not conducting experiments, carrying out fieldwork, attending conferences, reading papers or writing up, it’s nice to learn new skills and meet other PhD students and early career researchers. Laura and I achieved this last Friday by attending “Standing up … Continue reading

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Magnetic Personalities

An important part of being a part of the palaeomagnetic community is keeping abreast of the current research. Here at Liverpool we hold fortnightly meetings to discuss recently published papers on a wide range of geomagnetism related subjects from the … Continue reading

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Visiting another Palaeomagnetism Lab – The Fort

I’m coming to the end of a 5 week visit to The Fort Hoofddijk, the Palaeomagnetism Laboratory at the University of Utrecht, in the Netherlands.  I’ve been carrying out a number of experiments, the results of which I am hoping … Continue reading

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