BGS and Heriot-Watt are taking part in Edinburgh's Doors Open Day.
Come along and learn about the cool research our scientists do!
On 16 August, the BGS was contacted by the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) and their Operational Satellite Applications Programme (UNOSAT) to provide support and geohazard advice during the emergency situation.
Read more about the disaster response
BGS leads a consortium to conduct Environmental Baseline Monitoring in the UK.
Read more about Environmental Baseline Monitoring
We've released a 3D version of our popular geological map viewer! Now you can dive beneath the ground surface and explore the geology beneath. We welcome comments and suggestions for improving the beta version (there's a feedback button on the viewer).
BGS's role on the new RAWFILL project is to develop new geophysical approaches for characterising landfills, and is a one of eight partners from across North-West Europe that is seeking to improve our ability to mine old landfill sites to recover useful resources and reclaim valuable land.
Various mobile friendly versions of apps on the BGS website
A walk through geological time at BGS Keyworth, now available to browse online