Robert Mallet (1810-1881) Robert Mallet, an Irishman born in 1810 at Ryders Row, off Capel Street, Dublin, is known as the father of seismology from experiments he carried out on Killiney Beach, County Dublin, to examine the velocities… Read More
Are you attending #vEGU21 for the first time? Perhaps you are worried about effectively networking when only in a digital space? Why not sign up for a mentor?! Our #EGU21 mentoring scheme is now open for both mentors and mentees to join! Find out more: egu.eu/outreach/mento… Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
A great turn out and great discussions on #innovation, #business & #research happening here @IrlinVancouver Business Breakfast as part of @AMEroundup's #virtualRoundup. Make sure to visit our virtual booth to find out more about @iCRAGcentre's global research expertise this week! Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
New paper! PRISM3D – A three-dimensional reference seismic model for Iberia and adjacent areas, by S. Custódio, G. Silveira, N. Dias & colleagues in Geophysical Journal International academic.oup.com/gji/advance-ar… @dias_geophysics #ICTJA @CSICCat #ISEL @ICMCSIC @UniversiteLyon #EDF Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
It's January, we're back at school, university & work... we're sure that we could all do with a mood lift! Why not check out our most recent blog post by Evie Burton from @iCRAGcentre? This post is brimming with positivity and passion! Check it out here: girlsintogeoscienceireland.com/post/a-passion… Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
🚨 New year… new #BlogPosts! We realised that we are your @EuroGeosciences reps, but probably you have no idea who we are! Therefore, we will be sharing with you recent experiences and things we discovered in our new category #StateOfTheECS 😉👇https://t.co/nKuYHNH2oi— EGU Seismology (@EGU_Seismo) January 11, 2021
And your favourite #seismology #BlogPost in 2020 is... 🎉"What's it like to be black in academia?"🏆🍾 Thanks again @seis_matters for sharing your experiences, your interview will be our candidate now for the best post competition of @EuroGeosciences. Thanks everyone for voting! twitter.com/EGU_Seismo/sta… Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
We're delighted to sponsor @DIAS_Dublin's new Astrophotography competition 'Reach for the Stars'! The competition is seeking the best astro-photographs taken in Ireland between 1st January 2020 & 31st March 2021. Find out more: alicepr.com/featured/were-… #ClientCoverage Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
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