RESEARCH, TEACHING & COMMUNICATION

There is always need for geologists in research and education. Furtherstudy improves our understanding of the Earth, pushing science to new places ineducation, geology is taught in some part from Key Stage 2 onwards and helpingstudents with this is paramount to the future of the science.

Beyond school, geologists are involved in communicating their subject inuniversities, charities and to governments, both national and international. To find out more, visit the Research, Teaching and Communication page of our Careers Portal.

 

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