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Skulls and sculptures, meteorites and mining: Geology teachers to convene on Leicester

Skulls and sculptures, meteorites and mining: Geology teachers to convene on Leicester

Posted by mjs76 at Sep 07, 2010 03:30 PM |

The annual conference of the Earth Science Teachers Association (ESTA) takes place at the University of Leicester next week, hosted by our Department of Geology.

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Arguing the Anthropocene in Aspen

Arguing the Anthropocene in Aspen

Posted by mjs76 at Sep 02, 2010 05:12 PM |

Leicester Geologist discusses the influence of human activity on the planet: videos online.

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Roddon research reaps rich rewards

Roddon research reaps rich rewards

Posted by mjs76 at Aug 17, 2010 04:15 PM |

Fossilised water channels reveal ancient landscape of the fens.

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Art meets science: geological tours of sculpture exhibition

Art meets science: geological tours of sculpture exhibition

Posted by mjs76 at Jul 05, 2010 02:12 PM |

Geologists reveal the secrets behind the stone in our Botanic Garden.

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What’s all that ash? A Leicester expert’s view

What’s all that ash? A Leicester expert’s view

Posted by mjs76 at Apr 16, 2010 03:18 PM |

The University of Leicester’s top volcanologist explains the science behind the headlines.

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Don't ostracise this ostracod

Don't ostracise this ostracod

Posted by mjs76 at Mar 29, 2010 11:10 AM |

A University of Leicester geologist and colleagues have described a new species of prehistoric crustacean, working from a 5mm-long fossil so well-preserved that they could even identify the sensory organ sticking out of its middle eye.

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