BGS laboratories become first in UKRI to receive gold LEAF accreditation
BGS achieved gold certification in the Laboratory Efficiency Assessment Framework (LEAF) accreditation in March 2023.
Six ways we’re improving recycling at BGS Keyworth
Sustainability at the BGS site in Keyworth, Nottingham, is being improved by recycling, managing our waste, making our labs more efficient and more...
Hemsby coastal erosion: the scale of the transformational challenge around the coastlines of England and Wales
The recent closure of Hemsby beach in Norfolk provides key information on the transformational challenge of coasts around England and evidence of historical change along the coastlines of England and Wales.
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Risks from fracking to be studied by top UK research team
A BGS-led research team is setting out to define the combined environmental and health risks over the whole life cycle of shale gas operations in the UK.
Community water management for a liveable London
A research consortium including BGS will collaborate with partners and stakeholders within London to address sustainable management of the city's water within the context of required housing growth and the environment.
Plans submitted for geothermal energy research opportunity in Clyde Gateway
Courteenhall Bridge Exposure
Bedrock exposed between mileage 60.0050 and 60.1630 on the southwest side of Roade cutting south of Courteenhall bridge). The outcrop is loose and unstable and located in the upper part of the slope.
Heavy metal and bacterial contamination of fish
During summer 2016 Laura Hubbard undertook a project looking at heavy metal and bacterial contamination of fish sold in the UK.