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The evolution of the early solar system: What magnetism can tell us

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Dr James Bryon has just returned to Cambridge, UK as a Junior Research Fellow having completed a PostDoc at MIT in Cambridge, MA. He will give a summary of the evolution of the early solar system and what magnetism can tell us about it, before explaining what his own research has revealed.

All welcome to attend, free for members of the Sedgwick Club, £2 for non-members. Refreshments provided!

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