Earth System Science - From Crust to Core

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Thu, 28/09/2017

Dr Heike Langenberg, Chief Editor of Nature Geoscience, visited the School and gave a short talk to an enthusiastic audience.  Staff and students were given the unique opportunity to question the Nature Geoscience Chief Editor on a number of topics such as publishing in Nature, open access, data

Heike Langenberg, Nature Geoscience Chief Editor

MERRILL

Micromagnetic Earth Related Robust Interpreted Language Laboratory

MERRILL is an open source 3D micromagnetics software package with a simple scripting user interface that requires little computational knowledge from the user in order to model complex inhomogeous domain structures in magnetic materials. MERRILL uses the finite-element/boundary-element numerical method best suited for modelling irregular grain geometries that are of interest to the rock and paleomagnetic community. It is able to simulate a range of magnetic characteristics of both single grains and small assemblies of interacting grains. The open source nature of the code encourages future development of the model by the scientific community.

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158 nm Kamacite particle

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Mon, 11/09/2017

TEDx are organizing their first salon event of the year on the 20th of September, at the National Gallery of Scotland. Unravelling Earth will be an exciting evening with topics ranging from Dinosaurs to your own neighbourhood, featuring talks from GeoSciences staff.

TEDx Salon: Unravelling Earth

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