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The Mineralogical Society of America (MSA) announces an extension of the deadline to August 31, 2021 for nominations for the 2022 Dana Medal. The MSA Dana Medal recognizes outstanding scientific contributions through original research in the broadly-defined mineralogical...

source: Mineralogical Society of America

Scientists have discovered a new type of star dust whose composition indicates that it formed during a rare form of nucleosynthesis (the process through which new atomic nuclei are created) and could shed new light on the history of water on Earth.

source: California Institute of Technology via

The deep structure of volcanoes has proven difficult for geoscientists to understand due to the inherent difficulty of seeing below the Earth’s surface. To get a more holistic understanding of volcanoes and their subsurface structure,...

source: Purdue University

One of Earth's greatest mysteries is how it transformed itself, ever so gradually, from a barren ball of rock into a launching pad for life. Earth scientists have spent decades piecing together the relevant clues—identifying and studying the planet's complex interplay...

source: Yale University via

Cobalt concentration in a sulfidic sea and mobilization during orogenesis: Implications for targeting...

source: GS

If you missed any plenary talks from this past week's Virtual Goldschmidt Conference, don't worry! All...

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