RSS news feeds from the BGS press office

Subscribe free to the BGS news feeds (also known as RSS) and see the latest changes to our website as soon as they are posted, without having to check yourself. The feeds are simple web pages that are updated daily with any changes.

Get all the news from BGS in one go:

All BGS News
Vacancies, Press Releases, lectures, website updates, events,
research news, space weather alerts, etc.

Or choose from our news feed categories to only get the news you want:

BGS News Releases
Press announcements compiled and issued by the BGS Press Office

Events diary
Lectures, conferences, seminars, exhibitions and workshops presented by BGS, or hosted at a BGS site

Research News and Awards
Latest news about BGS research, projects, collaboration,
awards & achievements

Recent BGS publications
New BGS publications including some free pdf downloads

Vacancies
Current vacancies at BGS sites across the UK

What's new on the website?
Recent updates to the BGS websites

Twitter
News, podcasts, events and website updates

BGS specific news feeds in the media

BGS in the media
Up-to-date news and articles featuring BGS science and scientists.

Google news
BGS specific news feed from Google UK

GeoRSS feeds for recent geological events

Recent UK earthquakes
UK seismic events recorded by BGS Seismology in the last thirty days
(This feed is also available as a KML file for use in Google Earth©)

Recent worldwide earthquakes
The latest 20 worldwide earthquakes recorded by BGS Seismology
(This feed is also available as a KML file for use in Google Earth©)

Recent School Seismology earthquakes
The latest 20 earthquakes recorded by the BGS School Seismology project
(This feed is also available as a KML file for use in Google Earth©)

BGS on Twitter

@BritGeoSurvey
News and updates from the British Geological Survey.

@bgsspaceweather
Daily 24-hr forecasts of global geomagnetic activity from the BGS.

@bgsauroraalert
Occasional aurora alerts from the British Geological Survey.

@BGSLandslides
The definitive source of landslide information in Great Britain.