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Kate Holland is a PhD student who is studying the geochemical signals that are captured within the shells of foraminifera.
Jen Wurtzel describes her PhD research at the ANU Final of the 3 Minute Thesis competition.
Hannah James’ presentation at the ANU 2015 Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition is guaranteed to make you reconsider what you had for lunch, but in a good way.
“For my research project, I’m part of a team looking at climate change that took place 40 to 50 million years ago, when the Earth transitioned from ‘greenhouse...
Morgan is analysing samples of ‘fossilised’ oceanic crust to understand the interaction between fluids and crustal rocks throughout the subduction cycle, from...
Claire is currently developing a proxy for rainfall over the last 40,000 years, using stalagmites, from caves in Sulawesi Indonesia.
Chris is studying interactions between volcanic gases and magmas on earth and on the moon.
Aero Leplastier has always had an insatiable curiosity about how the physical world works and the processes that govern natural systems.
Kelsie Long’s success in the 2015 Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition proves that while fish ear stones might not be sexy, they are interesting.
Christian is studying the interactions between volcanic gasses, glasses and melts and looking at volcanic processes that happened on the moon billions of years...
RSES PhD student, Mike Jollands, summarised his 3-year research project in just 3 minutes at the 2014 ANU final of the 3MT competition.