7 Jul 2016

Eva enrolls as Summer Undergraduate Research Fellow at Caltech

Eva will be working on her own research project on Mg(2+)-Fe(2+) zonation in olivine minerals using X-Ray Diffraction (XRD). This may allow for reassessment of olivine minerals found on Mars’ surface. Prof. Ed Stolper will serve as advisor in this SURF project. Eva returns to Copenhagen on September 1.

15 Jun 2016

Tais presents at Goldschmidt Conference, Yokohama

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Tais will present isotope evidence for a brief oxygenation episode during the Cambrian explosion of animal life 520 Myr. The event reflects a reorganization of Earth’s global biogeochemical cycles driven by faster biological pump. One explanation is that animals themselves accelerated the transport of organic matter out of the oceans and into the sediments; for example as a result of creating larger faecal pellets, […]

10 May 2016

Nov 16, 2016: Popular talk on Oxygen and the Cambrian Explosion at “Vin og Videnskab”

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Tickets are sold out. Read more about Vin & Videnskab’s lecture series.

7 May 2016

June 14, 2016: Tais speaks at molybdenum workshop in Stockholm

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Tais speaks at the workshop on molybdenum biogeochemistry in Stockholm, arranged by Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and Swedish Nuclear Fuel and Waste Management Company.

7 Apr 2016

April 27, 2016: Tais speaks at the Symposium “From stones to bread” at the Royal Society of Denmark.

Can Greenlandic rock flour help mitigating climate change in the 21st century by enhancing global silicate weathering.  See program for the “From stones to bread” symposium at the Royal Society of Denmark.