Planetary scientist receives NASA’s Early Career Award

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(Northern Arizona University) NASA has selected Northern Arizona University assistant research professor Alicia Rutledge as one of only five early-career scientists in the country to receive funding through its Planetary Science Early Career Award program, which supports outstanding early-career individuals.Rutledge’s proposal, “Ice, Ice, Rock: Analog Studies in Cold Environments to Understand Past Climate,” outlined how the award would enable her to invest in a portable laboratory that she could use to better conduct her research.

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(Northern Arizona University) NASA has selected Northern Arizona University assistant research professor Alicia Rutledge as one of only five early-career scientists in the country to receive funding through its Planetary Science Early Career Award program, which supports outstanding early-career individuals.Rutledge’s proposal, “Ice, Ice, Rock: Analog Studies in Cold Environments to Understand Past Climate,” outlined how the award would enable her to invest in a portable laboratory that she could use to better conduct her research.

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