University scientists help to unlock hidden secrets of UK meteorite
Dr Natasha Stephen and colleagues in the University of Plymouth’s Electron Microscopy Centre have been trying to determine the Winchcombe meteorite's mineralogy and chemistry to better understand how the solar system formed
University researcher helps to recover first meteorite found in UK for 30 years
Dr Natasha Stephen, Lecturer in Advanced Analysis (Earth & Planetary Sciences) at the University of Plymouth, was part of a collaborative effort to locate and analyse fragments of the meteorite that lit up the sky over the UK and Northern Europe
Hunting for meteorites in the Nullarbor Plain
Dr Natasha Stephen, Director of Plymouth Electron Microscopy Centre (PEMC) at the University of Plymouth, shares her experience of meteorite recovery expeditions in Australia.
Experts contribute to showcase of meteorites under the microscope
Planetary scientists from NASA, leading international museums, and even the Pope’s astronomer, are among the contributors to an out of this world exhibition being held at the University of Plymouth.