Six Women, Past and Present, Who Changed the Way We See the Universe

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A lot has changed since the first woman joined our campus, but there is still a lot of work to be done to promote diversity and equality across the sciences. In this article, we highlight the work of the scientists who paved the way and spotlight some of the women who are changing the way we view the Universe today!  


Behind the Scenes Spotlight: Q&A with Emma Bullock

Emma Bullock in the Electron Microprobe Lab

Meet your "friendly English probe operator" in charge of the electron microprobe laboratory at the Earth and Planets Laboratory.


UPDATE: Neighborhood Lecture Series Postponed Amidst COVID-19 Concerns

Coronavirus Update

We regret to announce that the spring Neighborhood Lecture Series has been postponed due to growing concerns over the spread of COVID-19. This difficult decision has been made after careful assessment of risks as determined by the CDC and WHO. 


Carnegie Science Invites Applications from High School Teachers for Multidisciplinary Earth Science and Outreach Project in Colombia

In February, Lara Wagner, Christy Till, Gaspar Monsalve, and Agustin Cardona traveled to Colombia to prepare for the upcoming MUSICA project

Applications are open for eight highschool teachers to participate in staff scientist Lara Wagner’s research project, MUSICA (Modeling, Uplift, Seismology, and Igneous geochemistry in the Colombian Andes).


Celebrating Women's History Month at the Earth and Planets Laboratory

Women at Carnegie Earth and Planets Laboratory 2020

The Earth and Planets Laboratory (EPL) is celebrating Women's History Month throughout the month of March, corresponding with International Women's Day on March 8. This month we are celebrating the inspirational women from our history. Throughout the month we will also highlight the women who work here today.


Letter from the Directors | March 2020 | What's in a Name?

Chemistry Lab at Earth and Planets Laboratory

What's in a name? In this Letter from the Directors, we explore the definition of a "laboratory" and highlight February's scientific achievements.