How do geologists know what the interior of the Earth looks like?
We’re excited to launch the first (as far as we know) cover competition for our popular monthly members magazine, Geoscientist!
We’ve reached the end of another geoadvent season!
Throughout advent, we’re sharing some of our favourite entries to Earth Science Week photography competitions past and present – all of which feature the beautiful geology of the UK and Ireland. Check back each day for a new image!
Earlier this month, the Bank of England announced it would be selecting a new face of the £50 note, which has featured steam engine industrialists Matthew Boulton and James Watt since 2011. The scientific community was excited to learn that the new note will feature a scientist – and the public have been invited to …
A guest post from Ted Rose, Honorary Research Fellow at Royal Holloway’s Department of Earth Sciences On 11 November 1918 the guns fell silent on the Western Front, and the First World War horrors of trench warfare came to an end. The centenary of that armistice will be widely celebrated and much featured in the …
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…
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.
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.
Behind door 20 of the geoadvent, GSL Education Assistant Will Foreman reviews the University of Cambridge Library’s ‘Landscapes Below’ exhibition, on display until 29 March 2018.