My research focuses on fundamental geochemical questions ranging from the atomistic scale to larger problems dealing with the igneous evolution of the Moon and Mars.
I received my AB in Geological Sciences in 1963 at Tufts University. I then went on to get both my MS and Ph.D. in Geological Sciences at Harvard University. I came to Brown University as an Instructor in 1968 and by 1980 was a full professor in the Department of Geological Sciences. As Professor Emeritus, I still work within the Geochemistry/ Mineralogy/ Petrology (GMP) research group.
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Brown's GeoChemical/Mineralogy/Petrology Group
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