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New climate change art and science exhibition opens at the National Mining Museum Scotland
The exhibition will take viewers on a journey through a series of geoscience themes, showcasing how climate change affects our urban and natural environment.
Prof Dame Ottoline Leyser visits Glasgow underground observatory
The Glasgow Observatory provides unprecedented access to the subsurface and will fill in the knowledge gaps around geothermal energy.
BGS welcomes Glasgow’s new Hope Sculpture at Cunningar Loop
BGS has welcomed an exciting new public art sculpture by Steuart Padwick, serving as a beacon of hope and positivity for the city.
Climate and geology: considering future potential for river scour
A trial BGS data product takes the temporal component of potential future increased amount and intensity of rainfall on river scour into account.
The scientists going underground in search of answers to energy storage
Finding answers to some of our planet’s biggest challenges can require scientists to carry out their work in the most extraordinary of environments.
Foundations for a future net zero city?
The space beneath our cities can play a vital role in supporting climate resilient urban spaces.
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.
BGS geoscientists discuss our latest research which is helping to provide geoscience solutions in the transition to net zero.