JUNE 2014 - DTM Online Newsletter
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Two Planets Orbiting a Nearby Star

were discovered by a team of astronomers, including DTM's Pamela Arriagada and Paul Butler. One of these planets orbits the star at the right distance to allow liquid water to exist on its surface, a key ingredient to support life.


Dr. Matthew P. Scott of Stanford University School of Medicine is named the 10th President of the Carnegie Institution for Science.
DTM Staff Scientists & Postdocs present at the annual Goldschmidt Conference in Sacramento, California this week. 
DTM Staff Member Emeritus Vera Rubin's influential work on dark matter is featured in the season finale of Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey.
Former DTM Postdoc Mark Behn & former Tuve Fellow Dave Bercovici spoke at the Deep Carbon Observatory's Global Modeling of the Deep Carbon Cycle Workshop.
Richard Carlson, DTM's newly appointed Acting Director, shares this month's campus news in his inaugural Letter from the Acting Director.
Diana Roman gives a riveting talk on the secret life of 'quiescent' volcanoes at our latest Neighborhood Lecture Series event.

Upcoming Campus Events


Roger Fu // Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Thursday, 12 June 2014

"Exploring Solar System Formation with Meteorite Paleomagnetism"


Pamela Arriagada // DTM

Thursday, 19 June 2014

"Finding the Smallest Companions Around our Nearest Stars"


Brandon Schmandt // University of New Mexico

Thursday, 26 June 2014

"Seismically Probing the Deep Earth Water Cycle with EarthScope's USArray"

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