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When Weidong commenced his PhD at RSES he identified that the behaviour of Rhenium was not very well understood.

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The experience of doing a PhD at RSES has been fully immersive.  I have completed every aspect of my research project in-house using RSES resources.  Sample collection, analysis, and data modeling have all been done using state-of-the-art equipment, and the technical support I received while learning the ropes was fantastic.

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One of the benefits of being a scientist is that sometimes you get to discover new things and if you’re lucky enough, you may even be able to get them named after you.

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During my PhD I am trying to get some insights into early life on Earth.

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I graduated at the bottom of the mid 1970’s mining boom and after a year of pushing to launch a career in geology, during which I worked on the 25th International Geological Congress in Sydney, and part-time for a geological exploration company in the Michelago area, I made the decision to try teaching.

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Claire Thompson's PhD program at the Research School of Earth Sciences involved filling gaps in our knowledge about the impact of the trace element on the photosynthetic microorganisms.

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Come along to the weekly seminar series every Thursday from 4.00-5.00pm in the Jaeger Seminar Room.

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