BGS operate and maintain a wide range of state-of-the-art laboratories and other facilities. These facilities, managed under the Laboratory Facilities Programme, underpin virtually all of BGS's diverse range of core and commissioned research programmes.
In addition to information on capability, you will find examples of how our science facilities contribute to BGS's research efforts. Some of our recent research highlights are available below.
Investigations include the London Basin, Magnesian Limestone of north-east England, Precambrian of Aberdeenshire and Permo-Triassic Sandstone of the Moray Basin.
What is the trace element content of bottled water in your local supermarket? How does it vary? How does it compare with in-situ groundwater from the same sources?
Presentations by research scientists from the Nottingham Centre for Carbon Capture and Storage at a House of Commons exhibition.
Latest BGS laboratory experiments to simulate the behaviour of a deep saline aquifer injected with super-critical CO2.
Latest experiments designed to simulate the behaviour of CO2 stored in deep geological reservoirs.
For further information contact Dee Flight, Head of Laboratory Facilities Programme