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10 October 2015
A new video has appeared on Youtube showing an excavator earth slide
1 October 2015
Drone footage is now available of the interesting Kothmale landslide in Sri Lanka, which killed seven people on 25th September 2015
18 February 2015
Is it time to throw away your red grading pen, and to start providing feedback to your students via individual video clips? Two Australian researchers think so. But the question still remains… will students do anything with your feedback?
11 June 2014
How do we “get the word out” about a new paper we have published, whether the focus is scientific or pedagogical? We list the citation on our CV’s and perhaps on our faculty page of a department website. We might send copies to collaborators and colleagues at other institutions. And some of us will use social media to share the news of having a new manuscript released. Social science researchers …
4 December 2011
I’m on my way to San Francisco later today, along with 20,000 of my closest friends. I’m not sure how much I will be able to blog about it, since I am still editing my dissertation and putting the final touches on my presentation for Wednesday, and AGU evenings are often spent catching up with friends and colleagues. For example, my adviser has started a tradition in which a large …
1 December 2011
Alright folks, time to bust out your 3D glasses! JPL just released this cool 3D flyover of Vesta, as seen by the Dawn spacecraft:
27 November 2011
Yesterday, I was lucky enough to be in the VIP viewing area at Kennedy Space Center to watch Mars Science Laboratory launch to Mars! I’ll put up a proper post about the whole experience, but in the meantime enjoy these videos. The first is the one that I took, the second was taken by my friend Casey Dreier, and finally I’m posting the official NASA video of the launch. I find that the “home video” versions are more exciting because you get to hear the crowd’s reaction.
20 September 2011
If you haven’t seen this yet, you need to watch this spectacular time-lapse video of the earth at night as seen by the ISS.
14 September 2011
Check out this video that I made of a possible traverse up the mound at Gale crater!