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David Stalling’s ‘Palace of Ships’, created as part of the Aerial/Sparks Galway2020 project. See more on the project, which is taking place on Inis Oírr until 27 September here…aerialsparks.org @louisemanifold1 @MarineInst @DStallingSound #Galway2020 #AerialSparks Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

Date: 01 December 1943 Paper: The Irish Press Headline: Two Papers by Dr. Schroedinger Synopsis: 1943 was a busy year for Schroedinger. Not only did he deliver the "What is Life?" Lectures in @tcddublin in February in November he delivered two papers in the @RIAdawson (1/2) Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

Looking forward to our Culture Night talks this evening! We still have some places available so if you're interested in attending, please register on Eventbrite @DIAS_Dublin @CultureNight #DIASdiscovers eventbrite.ie/e/earthquakes-…

CatchmentCARE project partners @GeolSurvIE are delighted to break ground at their #groundwater monitoring stations near Fintown. We will measure how the water table changes over the year. Understanding it helps protect and care for water for local people and wildlife in the area. Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

@dias_geophysics have developed something special for @galway2020 in collaboration with composer David Stalling. It is an audio-visual composition “Palace of Ships,” based on sounds, images and seismic data from DIAS’ @SEA_SEIS Expeditions. More: dias.ie/2020/09/14/dia… Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

On the @EGU_GMPV #EGUblogs this week they are exploring the experiences of #LGBTQIA+ researchers in Earth Sciences, across Europe and the world. Read more: egu.eu/1IN0UI/ Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

Beautiful little sketch by @ScienceMagazine showing the variety of sources that contribute to the signals that we record on seismometers - not just earthquakes. Nice independent perspective of our recent COVID seismic noise paper, too: science.sciencemag.org/content/369/65… Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

Tune in to "The Organ of Consciousness" @ArsElectronica at 5pm Irish time this evening (6pm UTC+2) to talk about the intersection of art, science and the world with Chris Bean of @DIAS_Dublin and others #DIASdiscovers ars.electronica.art/keplersgardens…

Chris will be collaborating with artist @SioMcDonald as part of the STUDIOPIA residency siobhanmcdonald.com

If you missed our guest speaker Professor Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell on @PatKennyNT this morning you can listen to the podcast here: newstalk.com/shows/pat-kenn… There are some tickets left for this evenings lecture: eventbrite.ie/e/the-last-and… Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

Looking forward to the premier of David Stalling’s audio-visual composition tomorrow on Inis Oírr: galway2020.ie/en/news/galway… - a collaboration with @DIAS_Dublin scientists under Aerial/Sparks at @galway2020. @scienceirel @GeolSurvIE @Education_Ire @iCRAGcentre @dias_geophysics Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

Behind lava & pyroclastic flows, what’s going on inside volcanoes? @seis_matters explains how geoscientists use seismic data to scan volcanic plumbing systems youtu.be/jYuA_2SEokI Get more geoscience content all week from the pros at #BlackInGeoscienceWeek @BlkinGeoscience Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

In collaboration with @DIAS_Dublin seismologists, David Stalling created music and visual art using sonification and visualization of the seismic data from Ireland Array onshore and SEA-SEIS offshore Ireland. @scienceirel @GeolSurvIE @Education_Ire @iCRAGcentre @dias_geophysics Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

We are at Ars Electronica Festival 2020! Our video: ars.electronica.art/keplersgardens… - composer David Stalling, seismologist Sergei Lebedev, sounds of seismic data and stunning SEA-SEIS expedition imagery. @DIAS_Dublin @scienceirel @GeolSurvIE @Education_Ire @iCRAGcentre @dias_geophysics Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

This week, we are focusing on #BlackinGeoscienceWeek 🌍 In our editorial, @TheDroneLady, @HendrattaAli and @C_Poku93 tell us about the motivation behind the event and what they hope it will achieve, and we suggest ways you can support @BlkinGeoscience! geoscienceforthefuture.com/blackingeoscie… Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

The first ever Black in Geoscience Week will be taking place from Sunday 6th September–Saturday 12th Sept. Most activities will take place on social media We’ll be adding to this document throughout the week, so keep checking back. docs.google.com/document/d/1hH… Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

If you are interested in learning more about Haleh's work, she will be discussing groundwater as a geohazard in an open talk on Culture Night: eventbrite.ie/e/earthquakes-…