Geology rocks. With that out of the way, onwards to explore the surprising variety of citizen geo-science projects that you can get involved in.
When you graduate, a lot of people tell you that you need to join the real world. That you can’t necessarily expect to enjoy work because it’s work.
The INTERACT network runs an arctic research blog. Here's the latest updates from field stations right around the Northern Hemisphere...
Choosing the right undergraduate dissertation topic can feel like a life or death decision. It needs to be good, because there's a high probability it will engulf the next few months of your degree. Here's some useful tips to give you a fighting chance.
This month the challenge is easy, and takes barely a moment. Commit yourself to becoming a Citizen Scientist by signing up to some of the worthwhile projects kicking off this year.
Expeditions are about developing an understanding of the environment around you, and frequently - although it might not have been an intended outcome - an understanding of yourself..
Sometimes science seems boring. It can be difficult to connect the apparently disparate effort in the field, to the long term goals and achievements.
I've never celebrated the same thing so many times. Acceptance, submission, peer review, successful review, official acceptance, proof reading and at long last; publication..
As was previously reported, against all our expectations, we have been successful in establishing the presence of Arabian Leopard in a remote part of Dhofar, Oman.
If I were to say the word ‘rainforest’ what normally springs to mind is an endless expanse of untamed wilderness..
Prior to planning an expedition to the country, I knew embarrassingly little about Oman. I still don't know very much..
An expedition doesn't start in the field. It begins months (probably years) before with hushed conversations, excitable research and lists, lists, lists..