In our fourth post celebrating Peer Review Week 2018, we delve into our archives for a look at reviews of one of our most famous Fellows…
A specimen described today in Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society is the star attraction in the Yorkshire Museum’s new exhibition, Yorkshire’s Jurassic World, which opened on March 24.
A guest blog from The Royal Institution about the ways in which the Ri have communicated the science and importance of plate tectonics through time.
Dozens of giant footprints discovered on Skye are providing rare evidence of dinosaur evolution in the Middle Jurassic epoch.
The Great Geobakeoff is back!
We’re delighted that the Ordnance Survey has now included the 100 Great Geosites on their online mapping and route-planning tool, which can be used to plan walks and excursions around Great Britain.
Just as during the space age astronomers wanted to create the Jodrell Bank Observatory to discover some of the secrets of the universe, 70 years later geoscientists want to create an observatory that can look into our own planet to discover new solutions for global problems.
Looking for some inspiration for a Plate Tectonics Stories submission? Look no further! Some of our early entries have set the bar high for creative approaches to Plate Tectonic Stories. In the School Groups category, we had this delightful entry from the Year 3 class at Abbey Gate Primary School in Nottingham where the students …
A guest blog from geologist and science communicator Haydon Mort.
Sharp-eyed readers may have noticed a change to the front cover of the February 2018 issue of Petroleum Geoscience. Phil Christie, Chief Editor, explains the reason behind it.
Fiann Smithwick, scientific adviser and part of the fossil excavation team for the BBC 1 documentary ‘Attenborough and the Sea Dragon’, speaks to us about his experiences working on a natural history documentary with Sir David Attenborough, his fossil hunting and his PhD topic of fossil colour…