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Graham Leslie, Mark Cooper and Brian McConnell have recast the regional geological map of northern Ireland in 3D.
‘Art researcher’ or ‘exotic pet’? Jeanine Breaker reflects on her art-science research experience, including a Leverhulme Trust research fellowship at NERC British Geological Survey.
Nigel Hughes tells Sarah Day about a pioneering Earth science outreach project in Bengal, India.
Our appeal to conserve and digitise the Louis Agassiz fossil fish portfolio has raised over £10,000.
At its meeting on 16 April Council agreed to recommend to the Fellowship for approval at the AGM the subscription rates for 2014
One exhibition and three books reviewed by Sarah Day, Mike Hambrey, Mike Winter and James Powell
April saw the opening of the Burlington House Bookshop in the main library, writes Emily Milroy.
Council has agreed an additional route to Chartership for Fellows with more than 20 years’ professional experience. Bill Gaskarth reports.
The ballot for Council and President-designate closed on 31 March
This year’s Geoscience Education Academy will take place from 25 – 28 July at Burlington House, writes Jo Mears
In February, the Library and Archives were presented with the Lyell Medal awarded to John Baird Simpson in 1954. Archivist Caroline Lam reports.
The 2014 Lyell meeting will take place on Wednesday 12 March 2014. The call for proposals is now open.
The Society engraved tankard mystery case has been solved, writes Dawne Riddle.
Geoscientist has a number of books available for Fellows to review. We also invite publishers to send us books to be reviewed.