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How I came to realise that things take time – a PhD journey

 I started my PhD in September, and as I finished at work last week for Christmas I found myself contemplating at my desk what I had achieved in that time. And of course, where the time had gone! It feels like … Continue reading

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Mega. Macro. Micro. Nano

It’s very easy in geosciences to get caught up with the details of whatever you’re investigating and forget the big picture. How does this strontium isotope ratio relate to the movement of the continents? After all, the history of the planet … Continue reading

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