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ICDP logo
The BGS will be hosting a science showcase of existing and up and coming ICDP co-funded projects on Wednesday 23th September 2015.


Geophysics for critical infrastructure
The Engineering Group (EGGS) and Near-Surface Geophysics Group (NSGG) of the Geological Society and the British Geological Survey (BGS) are jointly organising this 1-day meeting aimed at industry professionals involved in geophysical investigations for critical infrastructure projects (onshore and offshore), including past or potential future end-users of geophysics (non-specialists).


Giant Climate Through Time map
Be amongst the first to explore the BGS' giant Climate Through Time map at the Lyme Regis Fossil Festival from 2-3 May. This year's festival includes a packed schedule of exhibits, activities and talks, including the Natural History Museum, British Antarctic Survey and our friends from Rockwatch.


field trip
A fabulous weekend of events is taking place over the May Bank Holiday weekend (2nd – 3rd May) in Bangor and Newtownards, County Down, about the history, heritage and legacy of lead mining at the Whitespots and Conlig Mines.


Fully Booked
FULLY BOOKED. A FREE conference about Scotland's Environment on the 13th March at John McIntyre Conference Centre Edinburgh University.


The 2015 UK Groundwater Forum workshop is focused on Groundwater Flooding – one year on from the events of 2014.


The Co-ordinating Group for Environmental Radioactivity (COGER) is a voluntary association engaged in scientific research in the field of environmental radioactivity.


3D visualisation
Please come and visit the BGS stand at Geobusiness.


Women in Energy 2015
The first 'Women in Energy' conference, held at the University of Warwick in October 2014, was inspirational and uplifting – and we hope to repeat this triumph.


AGI logo

BGS staff member Bob Gatliff is a speaker at this conference.


The ground beneath London
Come to Potters Fields Park on the banks of the Thames to learn more about the ground underneath London. Geologists from the BGS will be joined by other NERC institutes in some fun and informative science busking from 11 am to 4 pm.


58th Irish Geological Research Meeting 2015
The 58th Irish Geological Research Meeting will be held in the Ulster Museum, Belfast, over the weekend of the 20th-22nd February 2015. Registration, as always, is free.


Aerial photograph
The 53rd Main Board Meeting of the SCRR will be held from 11:00 - 12:30 on Wednesday 14th January 2015 at the British Geological Survey, Edinburgh.


BGS Open Day 2015
The British Geological Survey will hold an Open Day at its Environmental Science Centre in Keyworth on Saturday 27 June 2015 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.


Family Fun Day @BGS Keyworth, Saturday 21 March 2015
The British Geological Survey will open its doors to the general public for its 13th annual Family Fun Day on Saturday 21 March 2015, between 10am and 4pm. This free event, celebrating British Science Week (formerly National Science & Engineering Week), will be held at our conference venue at Keyworth


BGS staff member Mike Stephenson
Mike Stephenson will give a lecture on shale gas at SCI in London. This is one of the few SCI Public Evening Lectures per year and previous lecturers have included Lord Krebs, Lord Lawson and John Beddington…


Carbon dioxide molecules
BGS invite you to a meeting regarding the latest collaborative IODP bid to explore the impact of glacial advances and retreats on the strata overlying prospective North Sea CO2 storage sites.


Shop display
The Geology Shop at the British Geological Survey offers a fantastic selection of educational and ornamental gifts, jewellery, minerals and crystals and are open 6, 13 and 20 December, 10am–4pm.


Emily Tracey
Cross Party Group in the Scottish Parliament on Construction will be receiving a presentation from BGS Building Stones Conservation Specialist Emily Tracey (and others) on the need for an in-depth housing condition survey to identify the true condition of Scotland’s traditional buildings (and others) and identify the most common faults.


QRA Discussion Meeting
The Quaternary Geology of the North Sea basin and adjacent areas” 5th to 8th January 2015.


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