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December 5, 2019

Team of British scientists arrive in the Antarctic to find 'missing meteorites'

“The group, from the University of Manchester, will spend six weeks scouring a remote region for lumps of iron that have fallen from the sky.” (BBC)

December 5, 2019

Weird balls of ice cover a beach in Finland

"This was [an] amazing phenomenon, [I've] never seen before," Tarja Terentjeff told CNN." The whole beach was full of these ice balls." (CTV News)

November 28, 2019

Fossils of ancient ape gives clues to when walking on two legs evolved

“The ape had arms suited to hanging in the trees, but human-like legs.” (BBC)

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APGO Education Foundation awards two scholarships to geoscience students

Congratulations Derek Leung, Laurentian University and Joachim de Fourestier, Carleton University.

APGO Education Foundation awards first Arsalan Mohajer bursary

In support of Internationally-Trained Geoscientists.

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