Dr. Athanasios Godelitsas
School of Science National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
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Mineralogy and Geochemistry: Past, Present and Future






  • Earth's Mineralogy Unique in the Cosmos!
  • The rapid expansion of environmental mineralogy in unconventional ways: Beyond the accepted definition of a mineral, the latest technology, and using nature as our guide



  • Mineralogy of a Mudstone at Yellowknife Bay, Gale Crater, Mars



  • SHOULD THE DEFINITION OF THE TERM "MINERAL" BE CHANGED?: THE CASE BEING MADE BY ENVIRONMENTAL MINERALOGY AND NANOMINERALOGY
  • Expanding boundaries of exploration
  • The interaction of asbestos and iron in lung tissue revealed by synchrotron-based scanning X-ray microscopy
  • X-ray Diffraction Results from Mars Science Laboratory
  • Surfaces and Interfaces
  • SSRL Environmental Remediation Program
  • The CO2 REACT European Network
  • Nano-analytical electron microscopy reveals fundamental insights into human cardiovascular tissue calcification
  • Lab-made supermaterial that could boost computing exists in nature too
  • "REE Crisis" and revival of interest in ore deposits

  • Mineral Surfaces, Geochemical Complexities, and the Origins of Life



  • Mineralogy: An Inch Deep and a Mile Wide
  • The discovery of the first natural quasicrystal: A New Era for Mineralogy?
  • Bold New Graphics and Mineralogy
  • MSA at a Crossroads
  • The MINSC European Network
  • Diamonds and Dust for Better Cement
  • NanoBioEarth at Virginia Tech

  • The DELTA-MIN European Network



  • The Argonne Subsurface Biogeochemical Research Program (SBR) Scientific Focus Area (SFA)
  • Surface and Aqueous Geochemistry at Stanford
  • The BIOMINTEC European Network
  • Biomineralization at Weizmann
  • Geobiology and Astrobiology at USC & Microbial Geochemistry at Harvard
  • The Deep Carbon Observatory & R.M. Hazen
  • Experimental Geochemistry and Geophysics at BGI
  • Berkeley Nanogeoscience Center
  • NanoGeoScience at Copenhagen
  • The FIMIN European Network
  • Exploring the last white spot on Earth at ESRF
  • Geochemistry/Biogeochemistry and Subsurface Science at PNNL
  • NASA Mars Science Laboratory & Development of the CheMin Mineralogical Instrument
  • Geosciences: Earth works
  • Geochemistry in the lung: Reaction-path modeling and experimental examination of rock-forming minerals under physiologic conditions
  • Beyond mining & Defining 'critical' raw materials
  • Do we need more applications of Geochemistry?
  • European Journal of Mineralogy: a case history
  • Is Geochemistry important?
  • The role of geochemists in the era of "Peak Everything"
  • Nanogeoscience: From Origins to Cutting-Edge Applications
  • Rare metals getting rarer
  • In the Geosciences, Business Is Booming
  • Iron-Loaded Synthetic Chrysotile: A New Model Solid for Studying the Role of Iron in Asbestos Toxicity
  • The Case for Nanogeoscience
  • Basic Research Needs for Geosciences: Facilitating 21st Century Energy Systems
  • Risking the Future of Geoscience
  • Life on Mars & MARTE Project
  • Instrumentation For Geological Fieldwork on the Moon
  • Sustaining Earth: Thoughts on the present and future roles of mineralogy in environmental science
  • Nanoscience and technology: the next revolution in the Earth sciences
  • Citation analysis: Democracy on the rocks
  • Geology, mineralogy, and human welfare
  • Mineralogy at a Crossroads
  • Minerals, mineralogy and mineralogists: past, present and future
  • Crystal chemistry: past, present and future
  • Historical foundations of chemical geology and geochemistry
  • The future of Mineralogy in America (1921)

  • Copyright © 2011 - Athanasios Godelitsas - Last Updated 09.10.2016