Bromiley_121_poster The above link is to a PDF of the poster I presented at the 2023 Goldschmidt meeting in Lyon. This summarises recent work on the importance of immiscibility during core formation in planetesimals.
The Moon and Earth share a common history, and because of this, the Moon may provide unique insight into formation of the Earth. However, ‘unique’ is a loaded term as there is lots that appears unique about our satellite and lots that we do not understand. Unraveling what the Moon reveals about the formation of […]
The SARS-Cov-2 pandemic has had a significant impact on a great many areas of life. In the UK, building shutdowns in 2020 meant that many scientists had to rapidly rewrite their research plans for summer. Lab work became challenging, and in many cases, was simply not possible. However, there can also be opportunities with challenges […]
This is a short piece which I wrote for the University of Edinburgh’s Teaching Matters blog in 2019. They were running a series of posts on topic of “research-led teaching”. I’ve always thought of teaching and research as things which go very much hand-in-hand, and in this post I demonstrate how teaching can actually contribute […]
Here is a post which I wrote in 2019 for the University of Edinburgh Teaching Matters blog: Geology: Teaching about Big Data for old problems Big data is something we hear about a lot. However, big data is not new in either Earth or in Planetary Science. We are used to thinking about, and training […]