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The Geological Society of London is the UK national society for geoscience, providing support to over 10,000 members in the UK and overseas. Founded in 1807, we are the oldest geological society in the world.
The Geological Society has issued a statement on the US Executive Order and its impact on the geoscience and international communities.
We are recruiting for a Production Editor to join our Publishing team in Bath.
The Society is pleased to announce the appointment of our new Executive Secretary - Richard Hughes.
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Female scientists photographed as their historical counterparts by Leonora Saunders, in an exhibition at Burlington House organised by TrowelBlazers.
Throughout the year we will explore the concept of risk in the context of the geosciences.
There are now a number of events linked to the Year of Risk. Take a look at what's coming up and find out more about our 'themed years'.
To mark the end of the 2016 Year of Water and in place of Christmas cards, the Society made a donation to WaterAid.
Find out more about WaterAid and what they do.
We have developed resources to support a new BBC initiative for 9-11 year olds, with UK-wide experiments on a variety of topics. Water experiments begin on 6 February! Discover your inner scientist and find out how your school can take part.
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Find out about our programme of lectures for 2017. Or watch previous lectures in the past meeting resources.
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