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Rock samples from an underwater mountain in the Atlantic Ocean could help to explain how early life formed on Earth, or on other planets Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3427142/The-alien-life-deep-underneath-Researchers-evidence-life-Earth-s-mantle-Atlantic-Ocean.html#ixzz3z0AAjuk7 Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

2016-02-01


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Ocean giants lying dead on North Sea coasts is a sad event, but it gives marine scientists a valuable chance to detect man-made dangers

2016-01-30


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ABERDEEN, UK – Britain’s Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has welcomed Prime Minister David Cameron’s promised measures to assist the UK oil and gas industry during the current downturn.

2016-01-29


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The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has provided details of some of the projects that will be developed to boost the N. Sea oil and gas industry as part of the UK government’s £125 million half-share investment in the Aberdeen city-shire deal.

2016-01-28


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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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