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ICDP Training Course on Planning, Management and Execution of Continental Scientific Drilling Projects

The International Continental Scientific Drilling Program ICDP, coordinated at the GFZ, invites for the ICDP Training Course on Planning, Management and Execution of Continental Scientific Drilling Projects.

 

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3 minutes for science - FameLab Germany 2018

The regional heat of FameLab Germany 2018 for the Berlin-Brandenburg region will be held on the Telegrafenberg in Potsdam on March 13, starting at 3:00 pm.

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Geo.X Workshop: Hackathon - The challenge of +4 data, Visualizing and comparing outputs from landscape evolution models

Geo.X invites early-carees scientists from all Geo.X institutions to join the Geo.X Hackathon "The challenge of +4 data: 
Visualizing and comparing outputs from landscape evolution models".

 

Application deadline: December 20, 2017

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GeoTherm Side Event: Soft stimulation - what decides over success or fail?

Die GFZ-Sektion Geothermische Energiesysteme veranstaltet im Rahmen des von der Europäischen Union geförderten Projekts DESTRESS ein Side event zur 12. GeoTHERM Expo und Konferenz.

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Workshop: Software Writing Skills for Your Research

This workshop is a Python-Novice-Workshop with a focus on scientific computing and reproducible research. Everyone with basic knowledge of Python or a similar scripting language, such as R or Matlab, among others, is invited to join.

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Treasures from the cold

Biotechnologists look to bacteria in extremely cold environments for “green” detergents.

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Personalia | Two new Helmholtz Young Investigator Groups at the GFZ

Patricia Martínez-Garzón and Sergey Lobanov successfully applied for a Helmholtz Young Investigator Group at the GFZ.

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Volcanic tramping in Eastern Sicily: An old system feeds “young” Etna

An international team searched for the source of magmas of Etna and examined why the ground south of Etna does not emit lava anymore.

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Report | Final conference for the research network IsoNose

The European Initial Training Network IsoNose held its final conference in Sorèze, France.

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Methane eating microbes in thawing permafrost identified

Microbial activity in submerged permafrost may prevent large amounts of methane to be released to the water column and the atmosphere.

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Treasures from the cold

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Personalia | Two new Helmholtz Young Investigator Groups at the GFZ

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Volcanic tramping in Eastern Sicily: An old system feeds “young” Etna

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Report | Final conference for the research network IsoNose

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Methane eating microbes in thawing permafrost identified

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Report | International experts discuss the future of geosciences

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Peronalia | Viktor Rözer wins prize for his research

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Interview | „More passes than ever before“: Sven Bauer, head of the GFZ satellite ranging...

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Verborgene Schätze im Untergrund und eine Rote Couch auf dem Telegrafenberg

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Personalia | Daniel Harlov is appointed visiting professor in Wuhan, China

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