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June 26, 2015 marks the inaugural Geophysical Laboratory (GL) and DTM poster gathering at the Broad Branch Road campus.  The Geophysical Laboratory's own Charles Le Losq, Ileana Perez-Rodriguez and Zachary Geballe were the masterminds behind the poster gathering, organizing the event and encouraging everyone on campus to participate. 

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Washington, DC, 28 April 2015—The high-resolution mass spectrometer “Panorama” built by Nu Instruments, Ltd. was installed in the Department of Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences, UCLA in March.

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The AGU Fall Meeting 2014 will take place in San Francisco, CA from December 14-21.  Many staff members and postdoctoral associates from the Geophysical Laboratory will attend this year.  Check here daily for live updates on each day's science presentations. For a live stream of conference photos, click here or follow along below!

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Recent advances in our understanding of the quantities, movements, forms and origin of carbon in Earth are summarized in a just-published report. The research represents fast-paced progress on the depths of the biosphere, Earth, what erupts from volcanoes and leaks from sea floors, what descends back into Earth’s great depths, and the nature of carbon-bearing materials within planets.
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In celebration of National Postdoc Appreciation Week, the Geophysical Laboratory and DTM held an ice cream social on Wednesday, 17 September 2014 in Tuve Hall. 

Washington, DC—The Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded Carnegie $10 million over four years for basic research that could lead to the discovery of new energy materials through its program to support Energy Frontier Research Centers.

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By unanimous vote of the Carnegie Board of Trustees, Dr. Matthew P. Scott has been appointed the 10th president of the Carnegie Institution for Science.

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The Geophsyical Laboratory presented various topics at the third annual USA Science & Engineering Festival, the largest science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education event of its kind in the United States!

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Written by Shaun J. Hardy

“Perhaps no building being erected at the present time has excited so much interest ... as has the new edifice in progress [at Broad Branch Road].  Certainly no structure has required so much precise care in workmanship and a thorough knowledge of building to meet the delicate needs of a building of this character.  It is the last word in scientific building.”

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