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The Memorandum of Understanding reflects and builds on the two organisations’ shared history and sets out a roadmap of working collaboratively to deliver our joint ambitions.
The latest news on the status of geological storage of carbon dioxide in Europe is outlined in a comprehensive new report from CO2GeoNet.
New research has thrown fresh light on what scientists understand about the role of karst in the Chalk aquifer, which provides public water supplies to millions of people, agriculture and industry, and sustains vital habitats.
BGS to deliver three-year groundwater flood forecasting service to support emergency response to flooding
BGS is delivering a national-scale early warning system for groundwater flooding, alongside the Environment Agency and the Met Office.
The exhibition will take viewers on a journey through a series of geoscience themes, showcasing how climate change affects our urban and natural environment.
A new tool providing free user access to 3D geological models has been added to the GeoIndex.
The Glasgow Observatory provides unprecedented access to the subsurface and will fill in the knowledge gaps around geothermal energy.
BGS has welcomed an exciting new public art sculpture by Steuart Padwick, serving as a beacon of hope and positivity for the city.
Geoscientists have developed a practical framework for assessing the degree of ’readiness’ of a prospective carbon dioxide storage site.
BGS partners with leading artists in COP26 project to bring climate change science to life through poetry
BGS is part of an inspiring new project designed to bring science and poetry together to imagine a more prosperous, sustainable planet.
Scientists have developed an innovative new method to monitor the risk of contamination in drinking water with immediate results, enabling global communities to respond rapidly and help reduce exposure to deadly diarrhoeal diseases.