Welcome to all alumni and friends of the Research School of Earth Sciences.

RSES's Ross Taylor remembers touching the moon 50 years on »

In the 70's, RSES was one of the few labs in the world to work on Apollo samples. Prof. Ross Taylor and three other ANU researchers — Bill Compston, Ted Ringwood and John Lovering — were part of the international team of scientists who analysed the rocks collected from the moon during the Apollo 11 mission in 1969.

Vale Jeremy Richards »

It is with gerat sadness to report the that one of our most distinguished graduate students, Jeremy Richards, died suddenly in Toronto last Friday.

Suzy Urbaniak »

Congratulations to ANU Earth Sciences alumna Suzi Urbaniak, who was awarded the 2020 WA Local Hero, acknowledging her extraordinary contribution to science education. Suzy is also the recipient of the the 2016 Prime Minister's Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching in Secondary Schools.

Margi Sweeney »

The ability to share her science knowledge with enthusiastic young school students drew Margi Sweeney to a career as a science teacher.

Kate Kiseeva »

ANU gave me everything one could dream of, a fantastic working and studying environment, welcoming department, one of the best experimental petrology groups in the world, and of course, the best ever PhD supervisor Greg Yaxley.

Catherine McCammon »

Reflecting on her extensive research career, ANU Alumna Dr Catherine McCammon recalls her first inspiration to study geophysics.

Andy Hogg »

Andrew Hogg, of the Research School of Earth Sciences, has discovered that a temperature gradient across the Southern Ocean, combined with the Earth’s spin, also could power the Antarctic Circumpolar Current.