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Three new geomagnetic observatories have been installed across the UK to fill in the country’s ‘blind spots’ and tackle the risk posed by space weather.
The specimen is the first of its kind to be found and is related to the group that includes modern corals, jellyfish and anemones.
Take notice of warning signs and avoid going directly under or on top of cliffs, no matter how tempting it might be.
A new report underlines importance of community engagement in achieving the UK national climate change targets.
The UK’s first-ever centre to collect and analyse information on the supply of critical minerals, which are vital to the UK’s economic success and national security, has officially launched.
BGS will lead the new research project ‘Managing the Environmental Sustainability of the Offshore Energy Transition’.
New research reveals that both a change in climate and human exploitation played a role in a decline in North Atlantic salmon populations.
New technology has enabled marine scientists to capture some of the world’s first images of previously unexplored habitats in the deepest point of the Indian Ocean.
Positively blooming: Japanese flowering cherry trees planted at BGS Keyworth to mark the Queen’s platinum jubilee
The walkway of eight trees has been planted in the grounds of BGS headquarters in Keyworth to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II’s 70 years on the throne.