Dr Murray Collins joins the School of GeoSciences as a new Chancellor’s Fellow in Data-Driven Innovation

Dr Murray Collins joins the School of GeoSciences as a new Chancellor’s Fellow in Data-Driven Innovation.


His research interests include: the development of the UK Space Sector; development of systems for satellite data processing and...

Published on : Mon, 17/09/2018
China’s first college for the study of low-carbon technology has opened with the support of experts from the UK.

China’s first college for the study of low-carbon technology has opened with the support of experts from the UK.

Published on : Sat, 15/09/2018
Fossil teeth show how Jurassic reptiles adapted to changing seas.  Credit: Nikolay Zverkov

Marine predators that lived in deep waters during the Jurassic Period thrived as sea levels rose, while species that dwelled in the shallows died out, research suggests.


A study of fossilised teeth has shed light on how reptiles adapted to...

Published on : Wed, 05/09/2018
Carbon emissions in African savannas triple previous estimates

Widespread tree felling in African savannas is producing at least three times as many carbon emissions as was previously thought, research suggests.


The findings highlight the extent to which humans are impacting one of the world’s major...

Published on : Fri, 24/08/2018
A third of fruit and veg crop too ugly to sell, study shows

More than one-third of farmed fruit and vegetables never reaches supermarket shelves because it is misshapen or the wrong size, research suggests.


More than 50 million tonnes of fruit and vegetables grown across Europe are discarded each year...

Published on : Sun, 19/08/2018
Corals on platform.  Credit Lundin Britain Ltd

Man-made structures such as oil platforms can help protect sea creatures threatened by climate change and habitat loss, a study suggests.


Rigs, shipwrecks and other structures in the North Sea could play a vital role in holding coral...

Published on : Thu, 16/08/2018

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