Thank you very much for taking the time to read this. I'm coming to you from the Internet this time as the Editors' Column was sadly replaced in print, with links to other fantastic articles online.
On Tuesday 24th January, nearly one hundred people attended this once in a lifetime event to hear from the man who has been one of geography’s biggest advocates.
This is a question that has perplexed parents, teachers, governments, organisations, and students for generations
President of the Royal Geographical Society, avid writer, and presenter of many TV shows, including BBC Two: Coast, Nick shared his top tips for going from journalist to President
The classification of the “hyolith” is to change for the first time in 175 years, thanks to the work of Dr Martin Smith, a lecturer at Durham University's Earth Sciences Department
By Luke Andrews Chris Harbord MESci, a PhD student at Durham University Earth Sciences Department, has won the BritRock award for his landmark presentation on earthquakes, beating twenty other competitors. It introduced a new theory to the...
"I'd never seen such clean students after their first introduction to sediment coring!" said Dr Louise Best, staff member.