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


RFG 2018 Conference
The Resources for Future Generations (RFG) conference to be held in June 2018 in Vancouver, Canada has confirmed our technical session RS26: Three-Dimensional Geological Modelling for Sustainable Resource Development.


Geological Society Careers Day
The Geological Society Nottingham Career and Industry Day is an essential meeting place for geoscience students and the geoscience industry. The day will include short career and industry presentations covering different areas of geology and academia.


RATE logo
The meeting will; highlight the drivers behind the programme and the importance of environmental radioactivity for UK and International stakeholders; showcase the high quality research programme (16th January 2018) and impact of the RATE; disseminate the key science findings of the HydroFrame, LO-RISE and TREE projects under three umbrella challenges; Introduce the UK’s new cohort of environmental radioactivity researchers.


Aerial photograph
The biggest business event of the year in Rushcliffe returns to the venue of the British Geological Survey in Keyworth in 2017.


Doors Open Day logo
Come along and find out about the cool research our scientists do, and get hands-on with robots, sea creatures, microscopes and more! There will also be tours of our underwater exploration workshops and a chance to visit our new robotic assisted living lab!


Find out about The UK Geoenergy Observatories
Come to our community engagement event to find out more about an exciting energy research investment in Clyde Gateway.


Enhancing regional water security in semi-arid regions through improved metropolitan design.
We are now inviting Early Career Researchers from the UK and Mexico to apply to attend this workshop. Travel and accommodation expenses will be covered by the Newton Researcher Links programme.


contaminates expo
Discover the 6 shows that make up the Contamination Expo Series BGS will be exhibiting at The Geotechnical Expo, the UK's leading event for professionals working in geotechnical engineering to find the latest knowledge, solutions, and innovative designs in geotechnical engineering works. Registration and delegate tickets free.


Tellus SW
The BGS and Exeter University, Camborne School of Mines are holding the TellusHow2Hack hackathon event at the Camborne School of Mines in Cornwall to support local start-ups and businesses develop potential commercial applications.


Lerwick observatory Open Days 2017
Join staff from the British Geological Survey to learn more about aurora and earthquakes. Come to Shetland Museum and Archives to sign up on the day for a tour of the nearby Lerwick Observatory.


Lerwick Observatory Open Days 2017
Dr Alan Thomson, head of Geomagnetism at the British Geological Survey will give a lecture 'Lerwick Magnetic Observatory: A Tale of Shetland, the Earth's Magnetism, Oil and the Northern Lights'.


What impact will Brexit have on the future of the UK’s energy policy? Free admission and open to all.


Icelandic glacier
An all-day meeting organised by the Engineering Group of the Geological Society (EGGS) where BGS are involved (presenting talks).


The coast around Lyme Regis and Charmouth is one of the most famous places in the world for fossils and we celebrate that each year with our fossil festival. This year’s theme is particularly ambitious; for the first time we look at our coast in a global context.


GSA 2017
Abstract Deadline - 1 August 2017. Early Registration Deadline - 18 August 2017. Meeting Dates 22-25 October 2017 in Seattle, Washington.


The 2017 CO2GeoNet Open Forum and workshops will be hosted on San Servolo Island, Venice from 8–11 May. This year the theme is ‘Driving Carbon dioxide Capture and Storage towards implementation’ with sessions covering international perspectives on meeting CO2 emission reduction targets, decarbonising industry, new opportunities and synergies for CCS and building on practical experience. For more information and to register please go to


Seismic trace
'Plate tectonics in action: Earthquakes, tsunamis and the geology of Japan'. Professor Simon Wallis, Nagoya University, Japan. Monday 13th March 2017 at 6 p.m. Lecture Theatre 1 Bennett Building, University of Leicester.


Water drop
WET, WET, WET. Water security in a changing world. The lecture features three leading researchers, looking at three aspects of the critical issue of water security today.


Geological Survey of Northern Ireland (GSNI)
Sharing 70 years of public service, we aim to showcase the highlights of GSNI from throughout our seven decades.


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