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Geoscience educators and researchers require affordable access to the latest technology to advance their research projects, and provide students with valuable exposure to software used in the field. Geosoft’s multidisciplinary workflows and capabilities for quickly examining alternative hypotheses are ideal for research and classroom teaching.
Industry-standard software for earth science research and teaching
Combining theoretical study with applied knowledge of modern technology for exploration and the earth sciences is a key focus within education. Geosoft provides robust earth mapping, modelling and analysis capabilities to support multidisciplinary research and teaching.
Within the classroom, Geosoft enables educators to provide students with valuable exposure to industry-standard software and enables varied manipulation and analysis of geoscientific data with a minimal learning curve.
Within research, Geosoft’s comprehensive range of software for processing, mapping and modeling earth data gives researchers access to advanced technology and high quality support when they need it.
Based on its broad application within mineral resource, energy, government and environmental industry sectors, Geosoft is used within leading international teaching and research institutions for the study of geophysics, geology and geochemistry.
Packaged Solutions for Geoscience Research and Teaching
Education License Kits for Classroom Teaching
Geosoft Education License Kits, designed for use in a classroom or academic teaching environment, are available to accredited educational institutions, including universities and colleges. Education License Kits are available in two configurations, one designed for multidisciplinary geoscience teaching and one designed to augment subsurface study within Esri’s ArcGIS.
Research Licenses for Basic and Advanced Research
Geosoft Research Licenses are designed for non-profit organisations conducting not-for-profit research projects. Research Licenses are available in four configurations, and are designed to meet the full range of geoscience research program needs, from basic geophysics to advanced multidisciplinary and specialised requirements.
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