Now a geology professor at Oxford University in England, Searle spends about five months each year on research expeditions. He and his students study rocks in places such as the Himalayas. "To really get your nose into the rocks, you have to travel off the main path," says Searle. "You need good trekking shoes and basic climbing skills."
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