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Brian Baptie is from the British Geological Survey.

2015-02-26


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Jon Busby, Team Leader Renewables, Energy Storage and Clean Coal at the British Geological Survey details the benefits of deep geothermal heat sources in the UK…

2015-02-24


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Nowadays Arabia is a fierce desert, but it was once densely vegetated, and could have been a home to the first humans that left Africa

2015-02-23


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Heriot-Watt University is setting up a new Centre for Energy Economics Research and Policy with funding of £1.25m over three years from BP.

2015-02-23


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State-of-the-art forensic technology has revealed a blow-by-blow account of the English Monarch’s final moments in 1485

2015-02-19


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Minecraft is the best-selling independent game of all time, but its use in the real world – in urban development, mapping, history and the arts – makes it a crucial resource for building the future, says David Crookes Minecraft is the best-selling independent game of all time, but its use in the real world – in urban development, mapping, history and the arts – makes it a crucial resource for building the future, says David Crookes

2015-02-18


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Space weather has the potential to have a massive negative impact on space and Earth based systems that we take for granted, such as communications networks.

2015-02-16


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Ministers accused of watering down commitment to ban controversial shale gas exploration in protected areas

2015-02-13


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Chancellor talks through the six-point long term economic plan for the Midlands

2015-02-12


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THE British Geological Survey say an earthquake was recorded under Kirkby Lonsdale just before midday today (Monday).

2015-02-09


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Myles Kitcher looks at the huge supply chain opportunities the emerging shale gas sector could bring to the UK

2015-02-09


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A hole more than 33ft (10m) deep has opened up in the back garden of a house in Kent.

2015-02-07


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Tuesday 10 March 2015, 18.00-20.00, Central Hall Westminster, Storey’s Gate, SW1H 9NH London

2015-02-02


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The North Sea nations have the skills and storage capacity to deliver a carbon capture and storage industry to transform Europe’s industry and power sectors, according to a new report.

2015-01-30


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This year marks the 200th anniversary since William Smith published his life’s work, a geological map of England and Wales, in 1815

2015-01-30


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A second earthquake in two days has struck the UK.

2015-01-29


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Britain has been struck by its second earthquake in just two days - this time beneath a sleepy East Midlands village.

2015-01-29


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An earthquake with a magnitude of 3.8 has been recorded in the East Midlands, the British Geological Survey has confirmed.

2015-01-29


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After a 3.8 magnitude quake struck on Wednesday, seismologist Glenn Ford warned of a potential 6 magnitude quake releasing 3,000 times more energy

2015-01-29


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An earthquake with a magnitude of 3.8 was felt in Nottinghamshire on Wednesday night.

2015-01-29

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