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24 March 2023
Storage of carbon by the Himalaya: the importance of organic carbon unveiled
An international team, led by IPGP researchers, has looked into organic carbon stored as graphite in the Nepal Himalaya, whose importance as compared ...
21 March 2023
Events, Meetings & Conferences, Research
Congrès des doctorants 2023
For the 30th year since its creation, the CDD will be held again at the IPGP from 11 to 14 April 2023 on the theme "Scientific methods as a bridge bet...
13 March 2023
After four years of activity, the InSight mission comes to an end
NASA's InSight mission, with the French SEIS instrument on board, has ended after more than four years of collecting unique scientific data on Mars. J...
13 March 2023
First observations of Titan by the James Webb Space Telescope
On November 4, the James Webb Space Telescope, of the American (NASA), European (ESA) and Canadian (CSA) space agencies, pointed its instruments at Ti...
15 February 2023
Education, Events, General public
Masters Spring 2023
If you are a student in a science degree programme, at the end of an engineering school year, or in a master's programme and you would like to reorien...
06 February 2023
New insights into the pre-eruptive dynamics of magma reservoirs
Seismic monitoring of a volcano is currently the most common method of detecting and tracking its eruptive crises, based on the increasing number and ...
11 January 2023
Institute Life, Press
The new IPGP website is online!
Within the framework of the celebrations of its centenary and in the continuity of the renewal of its graphic identity, the IPGP is proud to present y...
14 December 2022
Where do geological CO2 emissions come from?
An international team, including researchers from the IPGP, has developed a technique using radon gas to track CO2 emissions observed at the surface, ...
06 December 2022
The formation of planetary atmospheres less efficient than anticipated
Researchers from the IPGP - Université Paris Cité show that the degassing of volatiles at the surface of magmatic oceans is far from instantaneous.
06 December 2022
Awards and Distinctions, Press, Research
Édith Kubik receives the 2022 CNFGG PhD Award
Édith Kubik received the 2022 Geophysics Prize for her PhD "Elemental and stable isotopic fractionations of siderophile elements – Implications for th...
30 October 2022
Two major meteorite impacts shed light on the interior of Mars
By studying seismic and orbital data from two major meteorite impacts in late 2021, the international teams of NASA's InSight and Mars Reconnaissance ...
20 October 2022
DART, the first planetary defence mission: what happens after the impact?
Following the successful impact of NASA's DART mission on the asteroid Dimorphos, the European Space Agency's (ESA) HERA mission, in which Sébastien C...