New scientific drilling project STAR started

With the new scientific drilling project STAR in the Italian Apennines, GFZ researchers are on the trail of the causes of special earthquakes.

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Traces of an ancient road in a lake

Landscape history, politics, climate, wars and diseases are preserved in sediments.

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Evidence of superionic ice: news about the unusual magnetic fields of Uranus and Neptune

How conductive ice is formed at several thousand degrees and millions of times atmospheric pressure.

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Humboldt Research Fellowship for postdoctoral researchers awarded to Sagar Masuti

Sagar Masuti is a new postdoctoral Humboldt research fellow in the section "Geomechanics and Scientific Drilling". His focus: the creep of crustal and mantle rocks.

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GFZ task force at volcanic eruption on La Palma

Lava flow reaches the sea, numerous earthquakes shake the islands - GFZ sends team to collect more data.

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Seismic forensics and its importance for early warning

The analysis of a flood disaster in the Himalaya may help establish an early warning system for flash floods.

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Internationally leading seismologist Prof. Dr. Gregory Beroza at GFZ

This year’s Humboldt Research Award honors Professor Dr. Gregory Beroza from Stanford University. The award allows to invite the top researcher for a research stay at GFZ.

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American Geophysical Union honors Niels Hovius and Onno Oncken

American Geophysical Union honors Niels Hovius und Onno Oncken. The Fellowship recognizes exceptional scientific contributions in the fields of Earth and space science.

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Dr Hella Wittmann-Oelze receives the Eugen-Seibold-Medal

Dr Hella Wittmann-Oelze was awarded the Eugen-Seibold-Medal. With this medal, the DGGV honours extraordinary scientific achievements in the field of geosciences.

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Geodesy Prize for the technical paper "GNSS Remote Sensing at GFZ: Overview and Recent Results"

Geodesy Prize for the technical paper "GNSS Remote Sensing at GFZ: Overview and Recent Results"

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