It is that time of the year again – ROCK ON!
The Herdman Symposium: Geoscience Frontiers 2015 will take place on Saturday 21st February!
The program is as follows:
09.30 Registration (Soft Drinks Available)
10.00 Welcome: Sophie Hill (Herdman Society President), Jessica Bayliff and Amy Shore (Herdman Symposium Secretaries) and Jim Marshall
10.05 Prof Sanjeev Gupta (Imperial) “Adventures of a field geologist on Mars: The Curiosity Rover”
10.50 Coffee Break
11.20 Dr Juliet Biggs (Bristol) “A Global View of Volcanoes”
12.05 Prof Andy Aplin (Durham) “A Fossil Fuel Future? Assessing the Role of Unconventional Hydrocarbons”
13.00 Buffet Lunch (Central Teaching Laboratory tours available for A Level students)
14.00 Prof Jennifer McElwain (Dublin) “The Oldest Strangest Weather…”
14.45 Coffee Break
15.15 Dr Esther Sumner (Southampton) “Turbidity Currents: Ancient and Modern”
16.00 Prof Iain Stewart (Plymouth) “Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Communicating Geology to Society”
16.45 Wine Reception (Wine and Soft Drinks Available)
Personally, I think that the line up this year is OUT OF THIS WORLD!