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The Geophysical Laboratory was established in 1905 to investigate the processes that control the composition and structure of the Earth as it was known at the time, including developing the underlying physics and chemistry and creating the experimental tools required for the task. Over a century later, this core mission has expanded to include the physics, chemistry, and biology of the Earth over the entire range of conditions our planet has experienced since its formation, as well as parallel studies of other planets of this and other solar systems from their surfaces to their cores.

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GL @ AGU 2018

The AGU Fall Meeting 2018 will take place in Washington, DC from December 10-14.  Many staff members and postdoctoral associates from the Geophysical Laboratory will attend this year.  

Check here daily for live updates on each day's science presentations; or follow along on FacebookTwitterYouTubeand Instagram. For a live stream of conference photos, click here or follow along below!

Former GL Interns Named Top Scholars in Regeneron Science Talent Search

Congratulations to Carolyn Beaumont and Peiqi Chen for being selected as top 300 scholars in the Regeneron Science Talent Search.