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Thursday, 09 Jun 2016
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The ability to share her science knowledge with enthusiastic young school students drew Margi Sweeney to a career as a science teacher.

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Thursday, 16 Oct 2014

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.

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Friday, 14 Feb 2014
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Reflecting on her extensive research career, ANU Alumna Dr Catherine McCammon recalls her first inspiration to study geophysics.

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Monday, 25 Nov 2013

"Until I got to university, I didn’t know what area of science I wanted to specialise in, I just knew that I loved science," explains Nerilie Abram. "Earth science was my extra subject - but I quickly found out that it was exactly what I wanted to do. Discovering how the earth works is fascinating!"

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Monday, 25 Nov 2013
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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.

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Thursday, 21 Nov 2013

After my undergraduate degree in geology in Sydney I worked in the minerals industry for 3 years as an exploration geologist.

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Thursday, 21 Nov 2013

Australian National University scientist Mallory Young, of the Research School of Earth Sciences, is investigating the use of these vibrations as a way to probe the Earth’s outer layer.

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Thursday, 21 Nov 2013

At the Fall Annual Meeting of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) in December 2012, David Simpson was one of three former staff and students of the School to be honoured for outstanding contributions to geophysical research and service.

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Thursday, 21 Nov 2013

Paul Stenhouse, of The Australian National University, is looking for links between the twists and turns in the fractures and the amount of economic minerals deposited there by water.

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