The Fossil and Rock Show, a primary schools event, celebrates its 17th year of British Science Week at BGS Keyworth.
A new programme seeks to combine earth science databases into a ‘geological Google’. Presided over by Prof Mike Stephenson, Deep-time Digital Earth could be a one-stop link allowing scientists to access all the data they need to tackle big questions. More information
What links the centre of the Earth, billions of smartphones, and BGS scientists? The answer is: the recently updated World Magnetic Model (WMM). More information
The BGS is a research partner in the £20 million UKRI GCRF Urban Disaster Risk Hub, aiming to embed disaster risk management into the urban planning of four cities across the world. Read more
British Geological Survey and Heriot-Watt scientists are research partners in the ambitious, £20
million UKRI GCRF One Ocean Hub, which will transform the global response to the urgent
challenges facing our oceans.
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Various mobile friendly versions of apps on the BGS website
A walk through geological time at BGS Keyworth, now available to browse online