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AAAS and Carnegie announce 2020 fellows

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 Richard Carlson, Director of Carnegie’s Earth and Planets Laboratory, has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He was selected for his “outstanding research, leadership, innovation and service to the community in geochemistry and geology.”

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What is EPL thankful for this year?

What are we thankful for this year?

This year has given thankfulness a new perspective. In the spirit of the holiday, we asked the scientists and staff of the Earth and Planets Laboratory (EPL) to answer the question: What are you thankful for this year? This is how they responded: 

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Carnegie Geochemist Anat Shahar Elected President-Elect of AGU’s SEDI Section

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The Carnegie Earth and Planets Laboratory (EPL) congratulates Staff Scientist Anat Shahar, who was recently elected to serve as President-Elect of the Study of the Earth’s Deep Interior (SEDI) section of the American Geophysical Union (AGU). AGU conducts elections every two years. These volunteer leaders commit themselves to advancing the mission, goals, and core values of AGU.

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Rewatch Sarah Stewart's Neighborhood Lecture: A New Creation Story for the Earth and Moon

Synestia A New Creation Story of the Earth and Moon

On November 12, 2020, Dr. Sarah T. Stewart, UC Davis, presented A New Creation Story of the Earth and Moon to a virtual crowd of more than 400 participants from all over the world.

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EPL at AGU 2020

EPL at AGU 2020

This year, the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting will be held online from December 1-17, 2020. EPL scientists will be presenting their latest scientific discoveries in areas including seismology, planetary science, geochemistry, and cosmochemistry. 

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October 2020 - Letter from the Directors

October 2020 Letter from the Directors Banner, Pumpkins on Zoom by Olivier Gagné

From pandemic planning to virtual pumpkin picking, this year has brought a lot of dark clouds but it's also brought some surprising silver linings. In this month's newsletter, the Directors look back at the last seven months to see what's changed—and what we can celebrate—about campus life at the Earth and Planets Laboratory. 

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