ESA currently has a vacancy for a 4 year position as a Mars/Moon sample scientist at ESA ESTEC (The Netherlands)
For more details follow this link:
In this weeks Cosmic Cast, Dr. Katie Joy gives us an update about this years UK meteorite hunting expedition in Antarctica.
Want to study planetary sciences at Birkbeck College (University of London)? Check out these new PhD projects for a Oct 2020 start:
The February publication digest is out, check it out here:
February 2020 Digest
The January publication digest is out, check it out here:
January 2020 Digest
Got the conference blues after BPSC? Why not pop down to the RAS for this special meeting about Solar System Atmospheres...
More details here:
Wannt to study planetary sciences at the Open University? Check out these new PhD projects for a Oct 2020 start (application deadline 21 Feb).
Project titles and main contacts:
Geological mapping of Mercury
Tectonism in western Arabia Terra, Mars
Detecting potential bio-signatures for Enceladus
Biosignature modification in the Oxia Planum region
Analysing wind patterns on Mars by tracking dust devils
Water in the Martian atmosphere during global dust storms
Venus polar vortices and atmospheric mixing
Return to the Moon: insights into lunar volatile resources through analysis of new samples
The Solar System’s first organics – Investigating the role of coatings on pristine pre-solar grains
The origin of chondrule rims – a unique window into the protoplanetary disc Ian.Franchi@open.ac.uk
For more information (including full project descriptions and supervisors) and to apply visit http://www.open.ac.uk/science/physical-science/phd-students/current-phd-studentships
Only a few days to go until the British Planetary Science conference!
With lots of great talks, the program can be found here:
On Monday 13th there will be an UKPF early careers social evening at the Trinity College Beer Cellar, We hope to see as many of you as possible for a drink or two!
The December publication digest is out, check it out here:
December 2019 Digest