New research demonstrates the importance of Scotland’s geology

Two recent research papers demonstrate the contribution that Scotland’s geology continues to make to understanding evolution and extinction. The world’s oldest “bug” – a fossil millipede from the island of […]

Hugh Miller Writing Competition – 2020 winners announced

The winning entries for the Hugh Miller Writing Competition 2020 have now been revealed. The competition is a biennial event run by the Scottish Geodiversity Forum, The Friends of Hugh […]

Ask-a-geologist events during Geoweek 9-17 May 2020

Stuck indoors with your rock collection? Always wanted to know more about a favourite? During Geoweek from 9-17 May, join a geologist online to ask about any rock, fossil or […]

Scottish Geology Festival 2020

Scotland’s geological heritage has attracted international interest for centuries and with renown sites on our doorstep, even in Scotland’s capital, it’s been agreed a celebration inviting all to explore these […]

Welcome to our new Project Manager

We are delighted to welcome Caroline Gould, our new Project Manager, to the Scottish Geology Trust. Caroline is a freelancer specialising in business development and marketing & communications for small […]