Meteoritics & Planetary Science
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Wiley-Blackwell, the publisher of Meteoritics and Planetary Science, is sponsoring four $500 awards to students who gave outstanding presentations at the Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society in Cairns, 12-17 August 2012. The council of the Meteoritical Society has approved the recommendation of the award committee that the following four students should each receive one of the awards:
Evan Groopman, Washington University, St. Louis for his talk entitled, "TiXANES and EELS of Presolar TiC Subgrains Within Low Density Supernova Graphite Grains”
Matthew Huber, University of Vienna for his talk entitled, "Distribution of Meteoritic Material in Sudbury Ejecta"
Reto Trappitsch, University of Chicago for his talk entitled, "Solar CosmicRay Irradiation of the Solar Nebula"
Kelsey Young, Arizona State University for her talk entitled, "The Age of Haughton Impact Structure as Determined by Zircon (UTh)/He Thermochronology”
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