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The Best Australian Science Writing 2014
11 November 2014
Nerilie Abram from RSES has been listed amongst Australia's best science writers, with the recent publication of "The Best Australian Science Writing 2014". The...
11 November 2014
Congratulations to Dr Rachel Wood, who has been awarded with a Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) by the Australian Research Council (ARC). The DECRA scheme supports...
5 November 2014
PhD student Aditya Chopra has been awarded an Australian Government Endeavour Postdoctoral Research Fellowship to continue his astrobiology and origin of life research in the...
3 November 2014
The X-ray diffraction laboratory welcomed a group of volunteers from Questacon on Wednesday 29th October. The volunteers visited the XRD laboratory as part of their annual outing...
30 October 2014
For his contributions to science teaching and inspiring students in science—wherever their further studies and careers may take them—Mr Geoff McNamara from Melrose...
29 October 2014
Congratulations to Dr Andy Hogg, who has been awarded the Nicholas P Fofonoff early career award from the American Meteorological Society. This presitgious award is in...
18 October 2014
Earth’s surface is broken into a number of mobile tectonic plates. The majority of Earth’s volcanism concentrates at plate boundaries, where these plates meet. However...
16 October 2014
Scientists have found evidence for a huge mountain range that sustained an explosion of life on Earth 600 million years ago. The mountain range was similar in scale to the...
15 October 2014
Sea levels remained remarkably steady for thousands of years before starting rising 100-150 yr ago, a study led by Kurt Lambeck and RSES colleagues published in Proceedings of the...
2 October 2014
In 2013, heat records fell like dominoes. Australia had its hottest day on record, its hottest month on record, its hottest summer on record, its hottest spring on record and then...
28 September 2014
RSES scientists have produced the first detailed record of sea levels over the past 500,000 years and spanning five ice ages, using microfossils from sediments in the Red Sea....
25 September 2014
At their 2014 annual conference, the German Mineralogical Society (DMG) presented Dr Oliver Nebel with the Victor Moritz Goldschmidt Award for his work on the chemical evolution...
18 September 2014
Our School has built an international reputation for excellence in education and research.  We have produced exceptional graduates for over 50 years.  Our graduates are...
26 August 2014
As National Science Week came to a close RSES and the Seismometers in Schools Program participated in the Geoscience Australia Open Day.  This huge outreach event had just...
21 August 2014
Neanderthal groups lived alongside modern humans for several thousand years, an international team of scientists has found, overturning previous theories about the extinction of...
14 August 2014
RSES student, Charles Tambiah, has won second place in the 2014 New Scientist Eureka Prize for Science Photography. Mr Tambiah’s striking image of a basket star,...
8 August 2014
Thank you to all of the staff, students, alumni and friends of RSES who came together for the 2014 Jaeger-Hales lecture and reception. For people who weren't able to join us...
4 August 2014
Louise Schoneveld studied her undergraduate degree at James Cook University in Townsville, Queensland. Her research, centred on the Nolans Bore deposit in the Northern Territory...
Exp. 351 Flash Mob
31 July 2014
Ever wondered what scientists do in their spare time while on an expedition at sea? They plan a flash mob of course! The participants and crew of International Ocean Discovery...
23 July 2014
Congratulations to Rhodri Davies, Helen McGregor, Oliver Nebel and Jimin Yu who were all awarded prestigious Future Fellowships from the Australian Research Council. The four...

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