theGIST Reports: Travels in Lands that Don’t Exist, a Presentation by Professor Iain Stewart

Figure 2: A garnet mica schist (Glen Sluan Schist) from near Clachan, at the northeast end of Loch Fyne, Argyll and Bute, Scotland. Keele Collection. Manhattan schist is not colourful like this, but the colours help observe the grain structure of schist more easily.
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Matthew Bluteau

Matthew Bluteau

Matthew Bluteau is a first year PhD Student in Atomic and Plasma Physics at the University of Strathclyde. His research involves conducting fundamental atomic calculations with direct application to fusion and astrophysical plasmas.

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