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Pierazzo International Student Travel Award

Lauren Mc Keown has been selected as the non – U.S. based recipient of the Planetary Science Institute 2017 Pierazzo International Student Travel Award to attend a planetary science related conference in the U.S. Lauren will attend the Lunar and … Continue reading

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Congratulations: International Association of Sedimentologists Travel Award.

Congratulations to Earth and Planetary Surface processes group member Lauren Mc Keown who was awarded an International Association of Sedimentologists Travel Award to attend the Martian Gullies and their Earth Analogues meeting at the Geological Society in London. She presented a poster … Continue reading

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Congratulations: EGU Postgraduate Travel Award.

Congratulations to Earth and Planetary Surface Processes Group member Lauren Mc Keown who was awarded a European Geosciences Union Postgraduate Travel Award to present her first international conference talk entitled An Investigation of the Potential Role of Carbon Dioxide Sublimation … Continue reading

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Congratulations: IGGy Travel Award.

Congratulations to Earth and Planetary Surface processes group member Lauren Mc Keown who was given an Irish Geomorphology Group Postgraduate Travel Award to give an oral presentation entitled An Investigation of the Agency of Subliming Carbon Dioxide Ice in Martian … Continue reading

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On being a NASA Ames International Intern

Me and my lab group, simply “blown away” by the wind tunnel at NASA Ames. At the start of June, 2015 I embarked on the greatest experience I have ever been afforded – to intern at NASA Ames Research Center in California … Continue reading

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Trinity Monday: Celebrating new Fellow Dr Mary Bourke

Trinity Week began today with the announcement of the Honorary Fellows, new Fellows and Scholars of the College. The ceremony is one of the oldest, most colourful and traditional at Trinity College. As with tradition, at 10 am today the announcement was … Continue reading

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Blog: Long-term and short-term climate change of Mars: What can we learn from future spacecraft missions?

On the 26th of May (2015), we attended a Keynote public Lecture at the Royal Irish Academy, delivered by Dr. Ernst Hauber of the Institut für Planetenforschung, Berlin.

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