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Deadline 17 August

Last call for grants

Get involved in Earth Science Week!


Application deadline:

Friday 17 August


Find out more

Earth Science Week grant deadline

The new jobs board is ready for you!


Our new geoscience jobs board is live. Take a look.

Geoscience Jobs Board Launch

Proving a landslide


Ground behaviour problems at Pissouri, Cyprus


New paper in the Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology

Landslide Paper in QJGEH

Photo Competition Time!

The theme for the 2018 Earth Science Week Photo Competition is 'Earth Science in our Lives'.

 

Read our blog to find out how to enter and to see last year's amazing entries.

Earth Science Week 2018

Career and Industry Days


Promote your organisation or industry to Earth Science students through our Career & Industry Days. 


Book early as spaces are limited


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The Earth Science Week photography competition

We've launched the Earth Science Week annual photography competition with the theme 'Earth Science in our Lives'. 

Send in your entry. You could be one of the twelve winning photo's displayed in Burlington House and featured in our calendar. 

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The Theme for 2018 is The Year of Resources

Throughout the year we will explore the sustainable extraction and use of natural resources through research conferences, lectures, our education programme and other activities.

There are now a number of events linked to the Year of Resources. Take a look at what's coming up and find out more about our 'themed years'.

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The Society's Strategy

The Geological Society has agreed a 10 year strategy for 2017 - 2027.

The Society supports the work of geoscientists, inspires interest in the physical world, and connects science, profession and society.

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Fellows

Already a Member? From renewing your membership to updating your address, find out what you can do on our website.

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PUBLIC LECTURES

Find out about our programme of lectures for 2018. Or watch previous lectures in the past meeting resources.