OPENING Event on Monday,
December 16, 2013
This event celebrated the official opening of PCIGR’s most recent expansion: nUBC.read more
Congratulations to PCIGR student Sri Budhi Utami and PCIGR postdoctoral fellow Emily Mullen, who were recently awarded travel grants!
Sri received a 2013 AGU Fall Meeting Student Travel Grant, valued at $1000, to present her research on “What do Kauai’s dikes tell us about the Loa and Kea trends?”read more
Congratulations to PCIGR students Sarah Jackson-Brown and Matthew Manor, who were awarded SEG Student Research Grants!
These grants assist students with field and laboratory expenses for thesis research on mineral deposits as required for graduate degrees at accredited universities. Grants are awarded on a competitive basis and are available to students worldwide. This year’s 66 successful candidates come from 30 different universities in 12 countries.read more
July 3, 2013
The Nu Plasma 1700 high-resolution multi-collector mass spectrometer was delivered to PCIGR today.
The instrument and its support equipment, plus numerous tools and parts, arrived in 11 large crates via 3 truckloads. A team from Bird Construction, along with PCIGR staff and 2 Nu Instruments engineers, unloaded and unpacked the crates.
See the installation photos here.read more
June 2013 — Sacramento, California
Corey is a PhD student with James Scoates and received his award at the Goldschmidt conference in Sacramento in recognition of his contribution: “Evaluation of the Stillwater Complex anorthosite (ANII) as an Archean U-Pb geochronology standard”.