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Deep impact

A computer simulation of the Chicxulub asteroid’s impact on the Earth's surface, which happened 65 million years ago and wiped out most of the dinosaurs.

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Imperial alumnus discusses rise and fall of ancient dinosaur-eating crocodiles

Dr Jon Tennant talks about fearsome ancient dinosaur-devouring crocodiles that thrived on Earth until changes in the climate destroyed their habitats.

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Cavity Failure

Eq plastic strain evolution during a weathering induced cavity failure

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Medical geology

Dr Jennifer le Blond has just returned from a trip to Nicaragua, where she’s been trying to work out why sugar cane workers are getting chronic kidney disease (Extract 3 of 4 from the Imperial College Podcast 30 September 2015)

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Parasite mystery

Pentastomids, which live inside vertebrates, have been around for much longer than their hosts – so how did they live before? Dr Mark Sutton explains the latest findings. (Extract 3 of 4 from the Imperial College Podcast 3 June 2015)

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