Issue 58

Welcome to the Earth Sciences issue. We’ve crammed this issue full of articles related to Earth Science to celebrate Earth Day on the 22nd of April. Preventing climate change is an important topic on everyone’s minds. Thanks to advancements in science and engineering, we are beginning to see small improvements and changes. So we’ve dedicated this issue to the women who are working and studying Earth Sciences.

Meet STEM pioneer, Mary Anning, who discovered the first dinosaur fossils when she was just 12 years old, and Nadine Gabriel, who is the Assistant Curator of Fossil Mammals at the Natural History Museum in London.

Learn more about how the Energy Industry is helping to prevent climate change, what the future holds for this sector and how this will impact future careers. We also have a session write up from East Explore 2021. Jolanda Cameron, an environmental scientist, took us through her journey to where she is today.

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