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GeoRepNet peer reviewed paper

Posted on Friday 8th January 2016

Our GeoRepNet network paper focusing on scientific priorities and potential high-technology transfer from the space and physics sectors is now available online:

http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/minsoc/mag/2015/00000079/00000006/art00042?token=00581cf881ef04c4acfd41333c4a2f7a386a6f2c3a464c766b25624f6d62222c227e37253033297632c00f99

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GeoRepNet peer reviewed paper

The GeoRepNet Meeting 3 talks are now available!

Posted on Monday 21st December 2015

The talks from our third GeoRepNet Meeting - Geological Repositories, subsurface labs and other subsurface environments: High Technology Transfer - are now available online:

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The GeoRepNet Meeting 3 talks are now available!

Report commissioned by GeoRepNet

Posted on Thursday 15th October 2015

A report commissioned by GeoRepNet was carried out by Optimat consultants and consisted of a six month study report which presents a promising market analysis of technologies for the long term monitoring of geological repositories (particularly those designed for nuclear waste and carbon dioxide). Click here to download the PDF. Please distribute through your peers.

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Report commissioned by GeoRepNet

GeoRepNet Meeting 3 Programme

Posted on Tuesday 6th October 2015

GEOLOGICAL REPOSITORIES, SUBSURFACE LABS AND OTHER SUBSURFACE ENVIRONMENTS: HIGH TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER

12-14 October 2015

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GeoRepNet Meeting 3 Programme

THIRD ANNOUNCEMENT - GEOLOGICAL REPOSITORIES, SUBSURFACE LABS AND OTHER SUBSURFACE ENVIRONMENTS: HIGH TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER

Posted on Friday 31st July 2015

THIRD ANNOUNCEMENT

GEOLOGICAL REPOSITORIES, SUBSURFACE LABS AND OTHER SUBSURFACE ENVIRONMENTS: HIGH TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER

12-14 October 2015

The STFC Network, GeoRepNet, will hold its third conference in Edinburgh focusing on exploring all aspects of high technology transfer into geological repositories and other deep subsurface facilities and laboratories. Talks in all areas of high technology are welcome, particularly in STFC areas such as astronomy, particle physics and planetary sciences instrumentation. Of particular interest are examples of how technology can be transferred from these areas into the monitoring and characterisation of deep subsurface facilities and geological repositories or how high technology can be used in underground science facilities and other subsurface environments. This meeting also aims to create a legacy for GeoRepNet by generating an international community working on understanding processes in geological repositories and generate new groups working on proposals.

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THIRD ANNOUNCEMENT - GEOLOGICAL REPOSITORIES, SUBSURFACE LABS AND OTHER SUBSURFACE ENVIRONMENTS: HIGH TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER

SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT

Posted on Wednesday 3rd June 2015

GEOLOGICAL REPOSITORIES, SUBSURFACE LABS AND OTHER SUBSURFACE ENVIRONMENTS: HIGH TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER

12-14 October 2015

The STFC Network, GeoRepNet, will hold its third conference in Edinburgh focusing on exploring all aspects of high technology transfer into geological repositories and other deep subsurface facilities and laboratories. Talks in all areas of high technology are welcome, particularly in STFC areas such as astronomy, particle physics and planetary sciences instrumentation. Of particular interest are examples of how technology can be transferred from these areas into the monitoring and characterisation of deep subsurface facilities and geological repositories or how high technology can be used in underground science facilities and other subsurface environments. This meeting also aims to create a legacy for GeoRepNet by generating an international community working on understanding processes in geological repositories and generate new groups working on proposals.

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SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT

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