What is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a way of making information from websites readily available elsewhere - syndication. This works especially well for news, articles, and even audio or video content (podcasts).
Their convenience and ease of use has made RSS feeds very popular. Users can quickly see when new information is published and access it, without having to trawl round different websites looking for news.
NERC has made available a number of RSS feeds. These feeds allow you to stay up to date with the latest news and features you want from NERC.
To subscribe to a particular feed, you will need a News Reader or other similar device (see 'how do I get a news reader' below).
Subscription to our feeds is free, but if you would like to use a feed to display NERC content on your own website, please observe our terms and conditions.
The following RSS feeds are available:
Main news feeds
Vacancy news feeds
- All nerc vacancies on iRecruitment (excl. BAS)
- Swindon Office vacancies
- British Geological Survey vacancies
- Centre for Ecology and Hydrology vacancies
- National Oceanography Centre vacancies
There are a range of different news readers available to download from the Internet.
Different news readers work on different operating systems, so you will need to choose one that will work with your computer.
Common news readers are: