School of GeoSciences

News in summary

LCC Dean Ed Craig collecting the Innovation in Education Award

Innovation in Education Award for China-UK Low Carbon College

Published on : Fri, 25/01/2019
School of GeoSciences to pioneer new UKRI GCRF Multi-Hazard Urban Disaster Risk Transitions Hub

The School of GeoSciences will pioneer a new £20M UKRI GCRF Multi-Hazard Urban Disaster Risk Transitions Hub

Published on : Tue, 22/01/2019
North Sea rocks could act as renewable energy stores, study finds

Rocks in the seabed off the UK coast could provide long-term storage locations for renewable energy production, new research suggests.

An advanced technique could be used to trap compressed air in porous rock formations found in the North Sea...

Published on : Mon, 21/01/2019
Scottish ports on alert as oysters face alien species invasion thanks to climate change

Scottish ports on alert as oysters face alien species invasion thanks to climate change.

Scientists documenting the distribution of an unusual invasive species around the UK have gained valuable insights into how its movements...

Published on : Mon, 14/01/2019
Trees planted near Loch Ness could help grow income stream while removing thousands of tonnes of carbon from the atmosphere.

Trees planted near Loch Ness could help grow income stream while removing thousands of tonnes of carbon from the atmosphere.

Thousands of trees planted near Loch Ness could help grow a new income stream for Scotland’s forestry industry while...

Published on : Mon, 14/01/2019
Professor Kathy Whaler receives 2019 RAS Service Award for Geophysics

Professor Kathy Whaler, Chair of Geophysics, receives RAS Service Award for Geophysics 

Kathy is awarded for her dedication to national and international promotion and coordination of scientific studies of Earth (physical, chemical, and...

Published on : Fri, 11/01/2019

Pages