Scientists have found new chemistry that could hint at the origins of Life on Earth, and in turn, our ancestry.
Just when you think you’ve found the lost City of Ithaca, pesky science goes and proves otherwise…
Incredible amounts of water are trapped in the Earth’s subsurface, invisible even to regular surface-based observational techniques. In this talk (given twice on the same day- once at 3- and once at 6pm) Joe Cartwright, Professor of Earth Sciences at Oxford will show how some of this water flows beneath the surface from its repositories in sedimentary […]
Speaker Angela Coe fromThe Open University. Part of The Geological Society’s 2015 Year of Mud. Event information More information will soon be available. The talk will be given twice on the same day, once at 3pm and once at 6pm – please note that if you would like to attend the talks, the 3pm matinees […]
Neil Stoker contemplates the connection between the earth and humanity at Emily Young’s ongoing exhibition
Rachel David finds out why scientists are making jelly volcanoes
The Moon may provide insights into the organic evolution of the early solar system