I will write up some more of these later on in the week, but here are today’s Tweets from the Symposium! (Courtesy of storify.com)Images of breakouts at lava margin. Tuffen, H et al. 2013.
February 2017Monthly Archives
For some years now, I have attended the Herdman Symposium. This years event is taking place 09:00 – 17:00 on the 25th February 2017.
This year the speakers will be:
- Dr Guillem Anglada (QMU) – ‘Proxima and detection of small planets around nearby stars’
- Dr Hugh Tuffen (Lancaster) -‘Rhyolitic Magma on the Move’
- Dr Kate Hendry (Bristol) – ‘The beauty and usefulness of sponges in reconstructing ocean chemistry.
- Prof Sarah Davies (Leicester) – ‘The rise of a new terrestrial ecosystem in the early Carboniferous’
- Prof Stuart Haszeldine (Edinburgh)– ‘Importance and impact of fossil fuels, and the use of Carbon Capture and Storage in the UK and specifically the Liverpool area’
- Dr Marion Holness (Cambridge) – Igneous microtextures and the movement of melts.
I will be live tweeting the event as usual – me on Twitter (#herdmansymposium)
Herdman Booking on the 2017 event:
£15.00 (Students £10.00) and includes talks, abstracts, refreshments, buffet lunch and wine reception (5pm).
Central Teaching Hub, Faculty of Science & Engineering, University of Liverpool, Off Brownlow Hill, Liverpool, L69 3BX
Building number 221 (F6) on the University’s Campus Map