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'Images of Clay'
This is the largest and most important specialist group to represent all aspects of this subject in Britain. It is is a joint specialist group of the Mineralogical Society and the Geological Society. In addition to the conventional areas of igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary geochemistry, and cosmochemistry, the group's activities encompass such interdisciplinary research areas as environmental, bio- and hydro-geochemistry.
The group also promotes exchange of knowledge on the applications and development of relevant new techniques as they arise. Thematic meetings are held each year, which are sometimes international or in collaboration with other specialist groups; an annual research meeting is also held for informal presentations, particularly from research students.
Further details about the group are available from the Group Secretary Dr C. Pearce at email@example.com.
The Geochemistry Group is pleased to announce four separate funding opportunities that aim to promote and support geochemistry-related research within Great Britain and Ireland. These awards are:
• Student Travel Bursary
• Scientific Meeting Support
• Postdoctoral Medal
• ECR Prominent Lecture Program
The Student Travel Bursary and Scientific Meeting Support funding opportunities have three application rounds each year. These deadlines are 15th January, 15th May and
The Postdoctoral Medal and ECR Prominent Lecture Program have one application round per year. The deadline for these awards is 15th January. Full details and eligibility restrictions are provided in the application forms below. To apply, please follow the relevant instructions and email the completed form and any other required documents to the secretary. All applications received will be considered at the following deadline, unless explicitly requested otherwise.
Geochemistry Group Research in Progress meeting (GGRiP)
3– April 2017
University of Bristol, UK
Further details coming shortly.