The latest geological news stories from the UK and around the world
- Scientists at work: revealing strange fossils from the first carnival of animals on Earth more
- Volcano eruptions have deep origins read more
- How Earth became a jigsaw puzzle read more
- Oldest Cardiovascular System Found in Ancient Shrimplike Creature read more
- Minerals preserved in diamond have revealed hints of the bright blue rocks that exist deep within the Earth. read more
- Resurrecting dinosaurs with medical scanners and 3D printers read more
- The turtle that ate with a straw! read more
- Sparkling meteorite provides a glimpse of Martian history. read more
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Jun 17, 2014
The discovery of over 100 fossils of a tiny extinct creature called Metaspriggina from Cambrian age strata, between 500 and 515 million years old and exposed in a number of localities across North America, is helping to clarify our understanding of early fish evolution.
May 23, 2014
A geologically distinctive cobblestone in the Old Court, Clare College in the University of Cambridge has recently been engraved with the initials CLF and relaid in the courtyard. The initials belong to the late Dr Colin Forbes, onetime curator of the University’s Sedgwick Museum.