Ross Stein is a leader of the Global Earthquake Model which is building an open source digital network focused on seismic dangers. A geophysicist with the US Geological Survey, Stein received is PhD from Stanford in 1980.
When Arianna Gleason and Wendy Mao applied the same
amount of pressure to iron that they think it’s under at the center of
the earth — about three million times as much pressure as at sea level —
it was surprisingly soft.