A new paper published in the Journal of the Geological Society has lent support to recent theories about the origin of the mysterious ‘bluestones’ of Stonehenge.
Earth Science Week 2016 kicks off tomorrow, with events taking place across the UK and Ireland! We’re thrilled to launch the week by announcing the winners of our 2016 photography competition, ‘Earth Science in Action.’ We received hundreds of fascinating entries interpreting the theme in various ways, from dynamic Earth processes to geologists at work, …
With Earth Science Week 2016 just three months away, we’re excited to bring you the Geological Society’s 2016 photography competition!
It’s been a bumper year for geobaking – our highest ever number of entries! Thank you and a huge round of applause to everyone who took part.
A 9 day long celebration of the geology all around us in the UK and Ireland, Earth Science Week is an opportunity for museums and other outreach organisations to highlight their collections, for geologists to engage with new audiences, and for the public to explore the geology around them.
Everyone has heard of the Natural History Museum – but did you know there are more than 250 geological collections across the UK?
It’s hard to believe the Great Geobakeoff is already in its third magnificent year! It’s been twelve months since our twitter feed was last covered in cake, and we have missed you, geobakers. We hope you’ve been practising, because, once again in time for the Easter holidays, we’re excited to bring you….The Great Geobakeoff 2016!