British Geological Survey

UPGro research programme findings revealed in new film

Scientists from the British Geological Survey (BGS) are among a group of 200 of the world’s best researchers from more than 50 organisations across Africa and Europe, involved in a programme to improve the evidence base around groundwater availability and governance in Africa.

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BGS highlights Covid-19 response in visit from Borough Council

The British Geological Survey (BGS) has welcomed chief officials from Rushcliffe Borough Council to its headquarters in Keyworth, in a visit to demonstrate the important measures BGS is taking in response to the coronavirus.

BGS Executive Director, Dr Karen Hanghøj, met with Kath Marriott, Chief Executive of Rushcliffe Borough...Read More »

Scientists discover more about the process of rock matrix diffusion

New research investigating crystalline rocks is helping us to understand the extent to which groundwater may access the rock matrix as it travels through fractures in the rock.
Contaminants can be carried by groundwater flowing in fractures through the rock, but processes such as diffusion into the adjacent rock may...Read More »

The British Geological Survey (BGS) are proud to deliver our first digital strategy

Our vision is to create a digital-first geoscience organisation linking people, data, equipment and technology to make new inferences about the world around us.

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Statement Regarding Black Lives Matter and the De la Beche Conference Suites

The British Geological Survey (BGS) supports and endorses the UKRI statement on Black Lives Matter.

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