Royal Society grant to work on magnetic microscopy 🧲🔬

Date: 2022/03/31

The lab has just been awarded an International Exchange grant by the Royal Society! 🥳

The award titled “Towards individual-grain paleomagnetism: Translating regional-scale geophysics to the nascent field of magnetic microscopy” intends to establish a new partnership between the CompGeoLab and the Paleomagnetism Lab of the University of São Paulo, Brazil, led by Prof. Ricardo I. F. Trindade. It will fund bi-directional travel between Liverpool and São Paulo for myself, Ricardo, and PhD student Gelson.

Example magnetic microscopy data showing tiny magnetic anomalies on the order of 20µm in size.
Example magnetic microscopy data showing tiny magnetic anomalies on the order of 20µm in size.

I’m thrilled to be able to work closely with this group, which is where I got my first taste of research as an undergraduate!

Leo

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