School of GeoSciences

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Professor Pete Nienow

The accolade, which is approved by The Queen, is given to explorers who have undertaken expeditions in conditions of extreme hardship and to scientists who have made an important contribution to scientific knowledge of the Polar regions. It was first...

Published on : Mon, 23/01/2017

The School of GeoSciences' Prof Stuart Haszeldine has been appointed onto the Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council led Science Advisory Council. This is the influential group for...

Published on : Fri, 20/01/2017

Scotland’s Environment Secretary, Roseanna Cunningham, visited the University of Edinburgh to meet scientists at the forefront of climate change research.

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Published on : Thu, 12/01/2017

Together with Strathclyde University and Edinburgh's Medical School, Prof. Andrew Curtis in the School of GeoSciences has been awarded £45,000 seed funding from the University's Insitutional Strategic Support Fund to apply novel Geophysical methods to...

Published on : Wed, 21/12/2016

Doctoral student Jack Yates features in Science magazine where he talks...

Published on : Mon, 05/12/2016
Gabi Hegerl wins Hans Sigrist Prize 2016

“Prof Hegerl has brought about continuing innovative scientific contributions that enabled the detection and attribution of anthropogenic climate change and her work has helped to clarify the causes of global climate change and, thus...

Published on : Mon, 05/12/2016

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