Call her a nerd, but earthquake scientist Judith Hubbard loves geology, and she is not afraid to admit it.
Geology is all around us, evident to those who care to look, like structural geologist and self-proclaimed nerd, Judith Hubbard.
As a Principal Investigator at the Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS), the tectonics researcher has covered almost every surface of her office with work.
Both sides of her office door are plastered, top to bottom, with expedition photos, while graphs and metre-long topographical maps of Nepal and Singapore stretch across her walls. A slew of geology books and stacks of paper threaten to engulf her entire desk.
“Well, they say an empty desk is a sign of an empty mind,” says the 33-year-old, who is also an Assistant...