15 September 2017
The inaugural conference of the UK Paleoclimate Society was held at Cardiff University
1 September 2017
New research suggests that an extreme global warming event 56 million years ago was driven by massive CO2 emissions from volcanoes.
22 August 2017
A newly published study by Cardiff University demonstrates that multiple forces are available to break apart supercontinents.
21 July 2017
Congratulations to our class of 2017!
18 July 2017
Four students from the School of Earth and Ocean Sciences have taken part in a fully funded placement with the Panama Canal Authority.
11 July 2017
Earth scientists collaborate with artists at Soapbox Art & Science event in Oxford
7 July 2017
Sophie Nuber accepts award on behalf of Nobel Peace Prize winner at G7 meeting of universities
20 June 2017
New study reveals CO2 “tipping point” that triggered abrupt warming during glacial periods
9 June 2017
Professor Carrie Lear awarded Bigsby Medal from The Geological Society
2 June 2017
New study shows the importance of large reservoirs in creating Earth’s most powerful volcanic eruptions and explains why they are so rare
30 May 2017
New study reveals the importance of African groundwater in kick-starting the evolutionary history of humans
25 May 2017
Staff and students bring Earth and ocean science to local pubs as part of global science festival.
24 May 2017
Two MESci students have won a Geologists’ Association UKOGL Award
17 May 2017
Researchers have gained new insights into the convection patterns of the Earth’s mantle.
16 May 2017
PhD students awarded research grants from the Society of Economic Geologists.
8 May 2017
The School of Earth and Ocean Sciences has received an Athena SWAN Bronze Award.
Professor Ian Hall has been elected a Fellow of the prestigious Learned Society of Wales.
2 May 2017
Cardiff University academic awarded £300k to explore greenhouse gas removal using waste material
11 April 2017
A new laboratory specialising in isotope geochemistry has been launched by the School of Earth and Ocean Sciences.
5 April 2017
Professor Chris MacLeod is featured in a BBC Radio 4 programme exploring what we know about the Earth’s mantle.