Professor Bill McGuire explains some of the geological effects of climate change, following his recent London Lecture at the Geological Society
The Joint Regional Groups Photo Competition is back – and there’s still a month to get your entries in!
This year, ten of our Regional Groups have joined forces – the deadline for entries is 31 December 2016.
A huge thank you to everyone who took part in Earth Science Week 2016! With over 50 events across the UK and Ireland, it was our biggest yet, with more organisations taking part than ever before. View an album of images from the week For those already making plans, next year’s dates will be 7-15 …
The first Bryan Lovell Meeting is an opportunity to think about how our science feeds into hazard management and understanding, and how geoscience can be part of the solution to many of these issues.
After a successful international Petroleum Group meeting, Ben Kilhams asks, will the current political climate, and especially Brexit, bring an end to cross-border collaborative meetings?
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, …
Following two successful themed years, the Geological Society has named 2017 the Year of Risk.
With Earth Science Week 2016 just three months away, we’re excited to bring you the Geological Society’s 2016 photography competition!
This year’s Lyell Medal is awarded to Professor John Underhill, Shell Professor of Exploration Geoscience at Heriot-Watt University. Professor Underhill researches the sedimentology, structural geology and stratigraphy of prospective basins, and is currently focusing on projects relating to the integration of subsurface data with field exposures. ‘New techniques make it possible to place observations that can …