News from the Earth Sciences
- Planetary Geology: An Introduction
- Dr Katharine Giles - An Appreciation.
- Carbon in Earth
- Climate change clues from tiny marine algae - ancient and modern.
- Impact! Pop-up Exhibition
- BP Ultimate Fieldtrip 2013
- Cryosat spots Arctic sea-ice loss.
- In Memory of Professor Seymour Laxon
- Graduate Open Day
- Magnesium oxide might be liquid in super-Earths.
- Jeremy Bentham in the Rock Room
- Ocean in a High CO2 World.
- The Outstanding Young Scientist Award.
- Festival of Geology
- How a Changing Climate Triggers Earthquakes,Tsunamis and Volcanoes.
- IODP Expedition
- Curiosity at Mars
- Arctic Ice is melting.
- Cosmati Pavement
- Mars Science Laboratory.
- The lower thermal boundary layer.
- PhD Opportunities
- Climate change is not science fiction, Jeremy Clarkson
- IODP expedition 342: Paleogene Newfoundland Sediment Drifts.
- Getenergy 2012
- IRDR Annual Conference
- Identifying tectonic and climatic drivers for deep-marine siliciclastic systems
- Professor John Guest - the obituary.
- PhD Opportunities
- Academic Opportunities
- PhD Vivas
- Arctic Sea-Ice Map.
- Thermal and electrical conductivity of iron at Earth's core conditions.
- Earth Sciences Alumni Careers Forum
- New Model of Titan’s Internal Structure.
- Arctic Ocean Freshwater Increase.
Thinking of studying earth sciences?
14 June 2012
UCL - 'London's Global University' and the Earth Sciences department are hosting the 8th annual meeting for education and training -Getenergy 2012.
This is a two day meeting comprising of the trademark Learning Arena and a rich program contributed to by industry experts. The programme for this year’s meeting has been developed by the Global Advisory Board, whose members include representatives from Chevron, Marathon Oil, KazMunayGas, Shell, Angola LNG and Kuwait Petroleum International.This meeting will address perhaps the most pressing issue facing the upstream oil and gas industry - how to create sustainable economic value from oil and gas for the citizens in countries rich in hydrocarbon resources.
The Getenergy programme is uniquely interactive and informative and the sessions bring people together without barriers to exchange value. There are 44 speakers from various backgrounds across the global oil and gas industry who will share their approaches to particular training and workforce development challenges.