Geology under spotlight as part of UFS's Darwin lecture series
2009-03-05

 
Two staff members of the University of the Free State's (UFS) Department of Geology recently presented lectures in the UFS's Charles Darwin lecture series entitled "The story of life and survival" on the Main Campus in Bloemfontein. Prof. Marian Tredoux presented a lecture on "The origin of our solar system" and Mr Johan Loock spoke about "The geological evolution of our planet: The first billion years". Here are, from the left: Danita Hohne, Honnours student in Geology at the UFS, Mr Loock, Prof. Tredoux, Pierre Louw, student in Environmental Health at the Central University of Technology, and Ms Janine Kottke-Levin, Ph.D. student in Geology from Germany.
Photo: Stephen Collett 

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