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An earthquake of magnitude 0.8 hit Penryn last night according to the British Geological Survey.

2016-01-28


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Estimates suggest that more than two billion people could be suffering from micronutrient deficiencies. Among those searching for solutions to this global problem is Muneta Grace Manzeke – a PhD student from the University of Zimbabwe whose work in Zimbabwe is being supported through a new Royal Society-Department for International Development (DFID) Africa Capacity Strengthening Initiative led in the UK by The University of Nottingham and the British Geological Survey.

2016-01-25


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Glasgow and St Andrews universities (plus two others) are to share more than £4 million in grant funding in a project that aims to deliver more-reliable sensor-based systems.

2016-01-21


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SCOTTISH CARBON CAPTURE AND STORAGE (SCCS) has published a new report laying out plans for a CCS hub in Scotland to store CO2 below the Central North Sea.

2016-01-21


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The groundwater in many of Africa’s most crowded regions lies close to the surface, making it vulnerable to pollution, a new study shows.

2016-01-20


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Good for you or bad for you? Home-grown or farmed? Food fascinates us, but with mobile apps to help at almost every step, it need not be a mystery. British Geological Survey - MySoil, Free on Android, Apple. For the farmer or the serious gardener, knowing about your soil is pretty important. That’s where mySoil comes in, giving you access to a Europe-wide map of soil properties.

2016-01-19


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The delegation of UK government, business and academic sectors will meet with Myanmar government officials and others to support the development of the geoscience sector. - See more at: http://www.mizzima.com/development-news/uk-supports-myanmar%E2%80%99s-geosciences-sector?&tc=eml#sthash.bKkuC9MM.dpuf

2016-01-19


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After the recent spell of flooding across Yorkshire and Cumbria over the latter part of 2015, Searches UK & Groundsure have pledged to donate money to charity for every Groundsure Flood Report that is ordered through Searches UK.

2016-01-13


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Glasgow and St Andrews universities to share nearly £4.2m in grant funding with two other universities in the The Science of Sensor Systems Software (S4) project

2016-01-11


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For years, the term “Anthropocene” has been used to informally describe the human era on Earth. But new evidence suggests there’s nothing informal about it.

2016-01-10


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There is now compelling evidence to show that humanity’s impact on the Earth’s atmosphere, oceans and wildlife has pushed the world into a new geological epoch, according to a group of scientists.

2016-01-08


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There is little doubt now that we have entered a new geological age, believes an international scientific panel.

2016-01-08


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Alba Mineral Resources reports highly encouraging results from samples taken at the Amitsoq graphite project in southern Greenland.

2015-12-30


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A Kenyan gold explorer is the latest investor seeking to get into power production with the planned construction of a 140 megawatts (MW) geothermal plant in Turkana County.

2015-12-29


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Chamber members from across the region have been reacting to today's Autumn Statement and Spending Review from Chancellor George Osborne

2015-12-25


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We might now have the first Brit at the ISS but Mike Fay, a scientist at the University of Nottingham, says we've long been involved in space. Read more: http://www.nottinghampost.com/Mike-Fay-Brits-space-just-Major-Tim/story-28385939-detail/story.html#ixzz3uxFjbjf5 Follow us: @Nottingham_Post on Twitter | NottinghamPostOnline on Facebook

2015-12-19


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The Crown Estate has published a study by the British Geological Survey (BGS) summarising the geological conditions of the Irish Sea that will provide a valuable resource for anyone considering development of offshore infrastructure in the region.

2015-12-18


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Before I say anything else about the British Geological Survey, I have to declare an interest: I like them. Not just because what they do is intrinsically interesting, which it is; and not just because they’re a good bunch of people to work with, either.

2015-12-11


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The government has confirmed a £60 million capital investment in the Energy Research Accelerator (ERA). Together with private sector and university support the decision unlocks £180 million total investment in the Midlands region.

2015-11-27


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SOUTHAMPTON is leading the way in undersea robot technology – a lucrative sector of the “blue economy”.

2015-11-24

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