How do geologists know what the interior of the Earth looks like?
We’re excited to announce our theme for 2020 – the Year of Life! Throughout the year we’ll be exploring life in a geoscience context through research conferences, lectures, education programme and other Society activities.
Molly Brown and Sarah Hey are both members of our Contaminated Land Group’s early career sub-committee. In this guest post, they explain more about the ways in which the Group is championing early careers professionals.
Earth Science Week is an annual international celebration of the geology all around us. Coordinated by the American Geosciences Institute in the US, and the Geological Society in the UK and Ireland, the week now also takes place in an increasing number of countries worldwide. 2018’s Earth Science Week was bigger than ever! This year, …
The Geoscience Education Academy is a four-day CPD workshop for UK secondary teachers which ran from the 24-27 July 2018. Work experience student Dion George tells us about his time helping out at the GEA…
Registration is now open! A meeting about Collectors, Collections and the Geology of South West Britain, jointly organised by the History of Geology Group (HoGG) and the Geological Curators Group (GCG) on 18 – 19 September, hosted by the Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution.
In November, the NGO Jividha – meaning ‘biodiversity’ in Marathi – held a four day exhibition in association with Earth Science Week in Pune, India.
2018 is already one week old, which means the Year of Resources is underway! Throughout the year, we’re exploring the sustainable extraction and use of natural resources through research conferences, lectures, our education programme and other activities.
This year’s Earth Science Week saw around 60 events in the UK and Ireland, ranging from craft workshops to geowalks, exhibitions, talks and quiz nights. Our theme was ‘Our Restless Earth’, in celebration of 50 years of plate tectonic theory – here are a few of the highlights…
The 2017 Bryan Lovell meeting, ‘Mining for the Future’, is taking place on 23-24 November. Spaces are still available – register now!