Normal noises at LRRD.

Normal noises at LRRD.

We’ve been crazy busy at LRRD for the last few months.  I used what little blogging time I had to cover the lower Mississippi floods, and haven’t reported the cool things we’ve been up to.  Here are a few photos. We’ve done a lot of pro bono...

LRRD appreciates Lily Hwang on her one-year anniversary.

LRRD appreciates Lily Hwang on her one-year anniversary.

My wife Kate met Lily as she was finishing her MS  in Forestry at SIU-Carbondale and told me “you need to talk to her, she’s amazing.” I did, and she is, and we hired her, and Lily Hwang has done amazing things for us. She’s a brilliant...

A month’s worth of good news.

A month’s worth of good news.

Time for blog dump, I’ve neglected this place. Because we’ve been overwhelmed with good things! Here you go: Lily spent last week in the Pacific Northwest at RRNW, attending talks and overseeing an Em2 model there. Jean-René Thélusmond, a Fulbright Scholar...

New faces at LRRD.

New faces at LRRD.

Exciting times at LRRD!   University budgets are in better shape.  We have a lot of orders, are starting to export, and are expanding after two years in this tough economy. We have a couple of new colleagues this week: Jordan Gibson (left), and (next) Nathan Speagle....

Geoscience teaching from another perspective.

Geoscience teaching from another perspective.

  No post for nearly a month here.  I’ve been overwhelmed with filling orders for our new Em2 geomodels.  Our latest big challenge has been shipping logistics. Not geology, exactly, but creating cutting-edge equipment and delivering it (undamaged, please,...