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Video: Mining the brine
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Video: Mining the brine

21 June 2022

In this Science Snapshot, Olivia Hogg discusses the potential for mining volcanic brines for critical metals This Science Snapshot links to the Feature Mining...

Review of Society  bye-laws
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Review of Society bye-laws

16 May 2022

Fellows will be aware that the Geological Society has a long and illustrious history. It was founded in 1807 and in 1825 was granted its Royal Charter...

Earth science front and centre
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Earth science front and centre

16 May 2022

“Presidents are around for three years, and the two of those in the President’s seat can be very dangerous.” Mike Daly, who ends his term as President...

Challenging perceptions
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Challenging perceptions

16 May 2022

When Ruth Allington, who takes over as the Geological Society’s President this month, attended her interview for an undergraduate course at King’s...

What’s cooking?
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What’s cooking?

16 May 2022

William Buckland [1784 – 1856], the first Reader in Geology at the University of Oxford, was notorious for his catholic tastes in the culinary department,...

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