Read the PROMETHEUS webcomic: “Something in the water”

Read the PROMETHEUS webcomic: “Something in the water”

Don’t miss Till Lukat’s “Something in the water”, the webcomic based on our own PROMETHEUS project is already on its 7th chapter. Join “Prof. De Arce” and his team on their crystallographic and biomorph seeking adventures on: bit.ly/SomthngWatr “Something in the water”, el webcomic de Till Lukat basado en nuestro proyecto PROMETHEUS ya va por su séptimo capítulo. Únete al “Prof. De Arce” y su equipo en sus aventuras cristalográficas en busca de biomorfos: bit.ly/SomthngWatr

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Mineral self-organization of primitive earth

Mineral self-organization of primitive earth

It is almost impossible to find a place on the Earth’s surface where chemistry has not been influenced by biology. But there was a time when the planet was barren and the phenomena of mineral formation were different from today… Juan Manuel García Ruiz tells us about the mineral self-organization of the primitive earth.

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Winner of the ‘Wonders of Geochemistry’ contest

Winner of the ‘Wonders of Geochemistry’ contest

Congrats to Electra, one of the winners of the EAG geochemical photo contest ‘Wonders of Geochemistry’ to which she submitted the photo ‘The color palette of Dallol’ captured during our second fieldtrip to Dallol, NE Ethiopia (January 2017). Read more about the story behind her photo here: http://blog.eag.eu.com/general/winners-of-the-2017-photo-contest/

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