Monica Grady

 

 


 

Professor of Planetary and Space Sciences since April 2005 Director, Cosmochemistry Research Group Prior to that, I was in the Department of Mineralogy at the Natural History Museum in London, where I headed the Meteorite team; I remain a Scientific Associate of the Museum.

Education:

B.Sc. (Dunelm) (1979): Chemistry/Geology Joint Hons. (Class II.i).

Ph.D. (Cantab) (1982): The content and isotopic composition of carbon in stony meteorites

More info: http://science-people.open.ac.uk/m.m.grady




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Explore the night sky, discover how stars formed and find out about exoplanets, all through the constellation of Orion. From the basics of astronomy and stargazing, to the science behind the birth of a star, this four week course will change the way you see the night sky. You’ll examine one of the most famous constellations, Orion, who the Ancient Greeks believed was a huntsman placed amongst the stars by Zeus himself.

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