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Ms Priyamvada Nanjundiah – Winner of AGU’s 2016 Outstanding Student Paper Award

Every year, the American Geophysical Union (AGU) hands out several Outstanding Student Paper Awards (OSPAs) as a way to honour young scientists at the beginning of their careers for quality research in the geophysical sciences. These awards are given to the top 3-5% of presenters in each section/focus group at the annual AGU Fall Meeting.

Our Year in Review

In March, we kicked off the EOS Institutional Blog. Our goal – create a space for you to learn more about what our scientists and teams are up to. As I look back on the stories we shared covering new research, current hazardous activity in the region, and outreach events, I’m thrilled to have the Institutional Blog as a reminder of the great work we’ve done and the fruitful year we’ve had.

WebGeoTouch is the online version of the in-house GeoTouch system which is only available through the NTU intranet. iGeoTouch is a portable field data collection app that can be used offline and online, and it is developed for Android and iOS phones and tablets. The Beta Version of the web app is available at: http://webgeotouch.com

Judith and Isaac Chat about the Ratu River Film on 938LIVE

For Judith Hubbard, Principal Investigator of the structural geology group and Assistant Professor at the Asian School of the Environment, this was her very first radio interview ever. It was little wonder then that she was feeling slightly jittery. On the other hand, Professor Isaac Kerlow, Principal Investigator of the Art+Media Group at the Earth Observatory of Singapore, was the perfect picture of composure and confidence for he is quite the veteran at radio interviews and other media appearances.

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11 Oct 2015

We're kicking off Earth Science Week 2015 with a feature on haze in Singapore.

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