The Keck DTDI group members from the Carnegie Geophysical Laboratory and Rensselaer Polytechnic came together with the world's leading expert in uranium mineralogy, Dr. Peter Burns, and his Ph.D. student, Sam Perry to explore their uranium mineral database with advanced analytical and visualization techniques.
We have a very special guest at our meeting: Cadence Boucher - a 6th grade student from Charlottesville, VA. Cadence is interested in mineralogy and has independantly learned JavaScript coding to create network diagrams of the minerals found in each of the counties of Virginia. She will present her results in a science fair in 2019.