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A new way to improve how we measure the age of planetary evolution

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Reports on new research by James Darling, which has identified a new way to improve how we measure the age of planetary evolution in our solar system.

Period25 May 2017 → 30 May 2017

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TitlePortsmouth university study looks at planet secrets
Degree of recognitionLocal
Media name/outletThe News
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date30/05/17
URLwww.portsmouth.co.uk/news/education/portsmouth-university-study-looks-at-planet-secrets-1-7983702
PersonsJames Darling
Title'Tiny Clocks' Crystallize Understanding of Meteorite Crashes
Media name/outletScience Newsline
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited States
Date29/05/17
Producer/AuthorUniversity of Western Ontario
URLwww.sciencenewsline.com/news/2017052916200028.html
PersonsJames Darling
TitleScientists are counting atoms to figure out when Mars last had volcanoes
Media name/outletThe Register
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date26/05/17
Producer/AuthorGareth Corfield
URLhttps://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/05/26/counting_atoms_to_figure_out_when_mars_last_had_volcanoes/
PersonsJames Darling
TitleAtomic-Scale Imaging Helps Date Planetary Events
Media name/outletSpace Daily
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date25/05/17
URLwww.spacedaily.com/reports/Atomic_Scale_Imaging_Helps_Date_Planetary_Events_999.html
PersonsJames Darling

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