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Our Broad Branch Road Spring Neighborhood Lecture Series kicks off with Carnegie Science President, Dr. Matthew P. Scott. Scott will present, "Jumping Genes: What They Mean for Evolution and Medicine."
The AGU Fall Meeting 2016 will take place in San Francisco, CA from December 12-17. Many staff members and postdoctoral associates from the Geophysical Laboratory will attend this year.
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Despite their beautiful new jerseys, the DTM Dynamos came up a bit short on Friday against their cross-campus rivals, our very own GL Pistons, who defended their title of the coveted MudCup! DTM dominated the first half, earning nearly a dozen corner kicks and one penalty kick.
Suzy Vitale is a Microbeam Specialist at the Geophysical Laboratory. She maintains and operates the FIB-SEM, crossbeam system, and other microbeam instruments. Suzy also trains and provides assistance to new and visiting users; performs routine maintenance and sample preparation; and collaborat
The Geophysical Laboratory's Anat Shahar and Bob Hazen received the top two awards from the Mineralogical Society of America (MSA) during the Geological Society of America Annual Meeting on 27 September in Denver, CO. Hazen and Shahar gave outstanding award lectures and join the likes of many GL alumni in each category. Shahar received the MSA Award and Hazen received the MSA Roebling Medal. Congratulations to both on awards well deserved!
Congratulations to Geophysical Laboratory/DTM Librarian, Shaun Hardy, who was just selected to receive the 2016 Mary B. Ansari Distinguished Service Award of the Geoscience Information Society!
Eric Rod is a beamline technician.
Gefei joined the Geophysical Laboratory IT group in September 2008. He has been working in IT administration since 1990 and his interest in programing dates back to the 80's.
Jennifer joined the Deep Carbon Observatory (DCO) at the Geophysical Lab in May 2015. She plays a lead role on issues related to DCO data management as well as in managing logistics for DCO meetings, workshops, field trips, and other events.