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UK Geoenergy Observatories
10-4, Royal Society, London

2018-05-17


The University of Nottingham
The first workshop on "Validation Approaches for Multiscale Porous Media Models" is to be held at the University of Nottingham, 16-18 July 2018.

2018-05-02


GSA 2018
Field Trip submission deadline 1 December 2017. Sessions and Short Courses deadline 1 February 2018. Abstract Deadline 14 August 2018. Meeting Dates 4-7 November 2018 Indianapolis, Indiana.

2018-04-19


Geol Soc logo
'Role of geological science in the decarbonisation of power production, heat, transport and industry'.

2018-04-11


CO2GeoNet
This year the theme is 'Growing Carbon dioxide Capture and Storage for a sustainable future'

2018-04-10


EIG logo
The Extractive Industry Geology (EIG) conference is one of the longest running and keenly anticipated events in the UK minerals calendar. Organised by a passionate volunteer band of professionals representing all aspects of the industry, this is one conference that anyone connected to UK minerals should not miss!

2018-04-03


BGS Open Day 2013
BGS are collaborating with Heriot-Watt in this event that runs from 10:00 to 16:00. Get hands-on with cutting edge research. Drive your own underwater robot, take a virtual reality tour as microbes clean up oil spills, and explore how our scientists work. You can take part in a series of scientific challenges, winning prizes as you go.

2018-03-26


GeoWeek logo
GeoWeek is a new initiative that aims to promote active geoscience via a week of fieldwork activities taking place across the UK between 5 and 13 May 2018.

2018-03-14


Family Fun Day @BGS Keyworth, 17 March 2018

The British Geological Survey will open its doors to the general public for its 15th annual Family Fun Day on Saturday 17 March 2018, between 10am and 4pm.

Event registration has closed.

Sorry, our building will be at capacity with the current number of registrations. Please look out for our open day in 2019.


2018-01-18


EMGS
This talk will introduce the geology and palaeonevironments of the Kem Kem, and discuss the palaeobiology of the most important of the faunal elements.

2018-01-03


The Geological Society
A data explosion: The impact of big data in Geoscience 27th February – 1st March 2018 The Geological Society, Burlington House, London

2017-11-27


High resolution 3D geological modelling
The BGS wish to increase the impact of its work in brownfield redevelopment projects by holding three workshops, enabling the co-design of innovative geoscience in sustainable brownfield reuse. Workshops are being held in:London - 8 February 2018, Leeds - 14 February 2018 and Birmingham - 22 February 2018.

2017-11-22


Prof Mike Stephenson
Prof Mike Stephenson is giving a seminar about the law and social sciences in the safe and efficient use of the subsurface at the Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law and Governance.

2017-10-20


UnEarthed logo
BGS as part of NERC, will be exhibiting at UnEarthed which is a free interactive science showcase for everyone.

2017-10-12


Monitoring methane in groundwater
You’re invited to a community event to hear about an exciting energy research project proposed in your area.

2017-10-06


Monitoring methane in groundwater
You’re invited to a community event to hear about an exciting energy research project proposed in your area.

2017-10-06


Monitoring methane in groundwater
You’re invited to a community event to hear about an exciting energy research project proposed in your area.

2017-10-06


Discussion Workshop on Educational and Citizen seismology
Across the globe scientists and education specialists have been supporting and developing educational seismology networks (school seismology programs) for decades.

2017-10-06


Prof Mike Stephenson
Mike Stephenson will be discussing with the poet Prof. Iggy McGovern, the different approaches of palaeontologists and poets to the natural world, focusing on the bog bodies of the National Museum of Ireland, and the poems of Seamus Heaney. What can scientists learn from poets about communication?

2017-10-05

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