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“Bah, the latest news is not the last.”

Samuel Beckett, The Unnamable.

Signal of a large earthquake, recorded with 3-component GNSS receivers.

July News

Published today in the Nature journal Scientific Reports – more scientific outcomes of our work using GNSS (i.e. satellite constellations including GPS) to monitor ground motion associated with recent large earthquakes in central Italy. The image above shows 50 seconds of time-series data from a single pair of low-cost GNSS receivers, positioned in the hangingwall and…

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One of the GRL multi-rotor drones acquiring data.

June News

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles – UAVs – Drones … revolutionary sci-fi technology, latest toys for geeky boys, or general harbinger of impending doom? Depending on your point of view, and which media story you happen to see, drones are variously the latest innovation promising huge, unstoppable commercial benefits, or the evil tool of choice for prison…

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May News

One year on from the fateful referendum on Britain’s EU membership, exit negotiations are soon due to start in earnest. Despite all the hullaballoo and headlines however, the reality for us in GRL is that we’re closer than ever to our research colleagues across Europe (and beyond); of the 56 research institutes with whom we’ve…

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