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Jan

7 Attributes for a Successful Net Zero

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  • Oceanography, Climate and Palaeoenvironment
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22
Dec

Safer Carbon Capture and Storage

Sunset over the oil industry: Depleted oil fields are one of the targets for carbon dioxide burial and related technology development. The paper by Tyne et al., published in Nature this month, shows that subsurface microbial activity may make this type of carbon burial target more complex than originally thought.

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  • Net Zero
  • Oceanography, Climate and Palaeoenvironment
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07
Dec

Iron integral to the development of life on Earth – and the possibility of life on other planets

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  • Planetary Evolution and Materials
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18
Nov

Life on Mars search could be misled by false fossils

Mars explorers searching for signs of ancient life could be fooled by fossil-like specimens created by chemical processes, research suggests.

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  • Palaeobiology and Evolution
  • Planetary Evolution and Materials
  • Research Themes
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Oct

Identifying sunken slave ships with integrated maritime archaeology and geoscience

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  • Planetary Evolution and Materials
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18
Oct

Congratulations to Dr Erin Saupe - a 2021 Philip Leverhulme Prize winner

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  • Award
  • Palaeobiology and Evolution
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04
Oct

Two Earth Scientists named among thirty-three Oxford academics as Turing Fellows

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  • Award
  • Geodesy, tectonics, volcanology and related hazards
  • Geophysics and Geodynamics
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17
Sep

Gold Hydrogen – Oxford Earth Sciences in The Times

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  • Earth resources
  • Outreach & Public Engagement
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30
Jun

Green Mining Could Pave the Way to Net Zero

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  • Earth resources
  • Geodesy, tectonics, volcanology and related hazards
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13
May

UK–Canada collaboration uses geology to help astronomers find habitable planets

  • Announcement
  • Planetary Evolution and Materials