wire

« BACK

Earth Sciences



Results 1 - 50 of 898.
1 2 3 4 5 ... 18 Next »


Earth Sciences - Environment - 28.11.2019
Women in STEM: Fiona Llewellyn Beard
For Cambridge students For our researchers Business and enterprise Colleges and Departments Email and phone search Give to Cambridge Museums and collections Undergraduate Events and open days Fees an

Earth Sciences - 12.11.2019
Christmas and New Year mail arrangements
Please take note of the last posting dates for Christmas mail and UCL Mail Service closure dates. The UCL Post Room would appreciate your co-operation in observing the deadlines set by Royal Mail and assist us by posting early for Christmas.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 18.10.2019
Seven Questions with Hamnah Shakeel
This week we meet second-year BA Geography student Hamnah, who has been heavily involved with sustainability initiatives at UCL.

Earth Sciences - Event - 15.10.2019
Global research projects co-designed with experts in East Africa awarded UKRI funding
From helping schools improve earthquake mitigation plans, to enabling farmers to detect fish stocks and seasonal droughts, researchers are collaborating with regional partners in a bid to deliver strategic responses to prescient challenges. Three teams from the University of Bristol have been awarded a total of 800,383 from the UK Research and Innovation Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) , which aims to bolster innovation within the UK and developing countries by encouraging co-designed projects with practical applications that are mindful of local needs and sensitivities.

Earth Sciences - 27.08.2019
Scientists gather to discuss Mineral Resources for a Green Future
This week the University of Glasgow is hosting the largest Mineral Deposit research meeting in Europe in 2019.

Earth Sciences - 01.07.2019
The great Bristol shake off - making our world earthquake safe
Can fake earthquakes help safeguard nuclear reactors against natural disasters' Visitors to this year's Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition will be given the opportunity to find out for themselves thanks to research from the University of Bristol, in collaboration with EDF Energy. Members of the public will be able to explore the interactive exhibit at the free festival to celebrate the most exciting cutting-edge science and technology in the UK, running in London from Monday 1 to Sunday 7 July.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 24.05.2019
Earthquakes or tiger attacks?
Earthquakes or tiger attacks?
Dr Hanna Ruszczyk (Geography) believes that uderstanding what people fear most can help prevent disasters.

Earth Sciences - Social Sciences - 17.05.2019

Earth Sciences - 15.05.2019
Writing and research brought to life
Writing and research brought to life
Cardiff University writers and researchers will bring their work to life at one of the world's best known literature festivals.

Health - Earth Sciences - 17.04.2019

Business / Economics - Earth Sciences - 28.03.2019
Bristol selected to advise energy industry on safety of nuclear equipment
The University of Bristol has signed a Memorandum of Understanding to work with major national and international players in the energy market to ensure that all nuclear equipment meets required standards.

Earth Sciences - Business / Economics - 08.03.2019
Opinion: Why policymakers should care about location
Opinion: Why policymakers should care about location
What account should policymaking take of the notion of 'place' - the landscapes, cities and towns we inhabit, with all the opportunities and challenges they bring?

Earth Sciences - Business / Economics - 08.03.2019
Place and policy: where we live matters to policymaking
Place and policy: where we live matters to policymaking
What account should policymaking take of the notion of 'place' - the landscapes, cities and towns we inhabit, with all the opportunities and challenges they bring?

Environment - Earth Sciences - 07.02.2019
New climate models suggest that future sea level rise could be much lower than previously feared
New climate models suggest that future sea level rise could be much lower than previously feared
Two papers published in Nature this week call into doubt recent predictions of imminent Antarctic ice sheet collapse. They are led by King's College London and Victoria University of Wellington, and involve colleagues from across the US, Canada, UK and Europe, including the University of Bristol. The first paper suggests that sustained collapse of Antarctic ice-cliffs into the ocean, caused by rising global temperatures and melting ice shelves, may not have a large impact on sea level rise.

Palaeontology - Earth Sciences - 04.02.2019
Glasgow will face off with a new dinosaur as Trix the T.rex comes to Town
Image courtesy of Naturalis Visitors to Glasgow will get an amazing opportunity to see one of the best preserved Tyrannosaurus rex skeletons when it visits Scotland on the last leg of its European tour.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 29.01.2019
Researchers share expertise to tackle global challenges
Researchers share expertise to tackle global challenges
Scientists from the University of Bristol will be sharing their expertise as part of two new £20 million UK Research and Innovation Global Research Hubs funded through the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF).

Earth Sciences - 29.01.2019
UofG project wins NERC funding for flood risk assessment
A University of Glasgow-led research project which aims to provide improved defence against flooding in the Philippines has won funding from the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC).

Health - Earth Sciences - 06.01.2019
The Three Bears land at the University of Birmingham as part of the Big Sleuth
If you go down to the campus today, you're sure of a big surprise… in the shape of three Big Sleuth bears.

Health - Earth Sciences - 02.01.2019
Ing health hazards of volcanic emissions
Ing health hazards of volcanic emissions
Researching health hazards of volcanic emissions There are 1,500 active volcanoes worldwide andKīlauea volcano in Hawaii is one of the most active.

Earth Sciences - 26.11.2018
Study programmes in Dubai
A team of scientists and engineers from the Universities of Birmingham and Bristol have returned from Guatemala where they have been teaching local scientists how to use drones to map the Fuego volcano which violently erupted earlier this year.

Life Sciences - Earth Sciences - 07.11.2018
Tiny crustacean had a heart more than 400 million years ago
Tiny crustacean had a heart more than 400 million years ago
An Imperial researcher is part of an international team that has discovered a rare and exceptionally well-preserved crustacean. The fossil is a new species of ostracod, a relative of crabs and shrimps, and is just a few millimetres long. Exceptional preservation This particular fossil preserves not just the animal's hard shell, but also its limbs, eyes, gut and gills - soft parts that are extremely rarely preserved.

Earth Sciences - 31.10.2018

Environment - Earth Sciences - 24.10.2018

Earth Sciences - 17.10.2018
Prioritising help for the poorest hit by deadly natural disasters
Prioritising help for the poorest hit by deadly natural disasters
17 October 2018 A new statistical tool to help target resources following deadly natural disasters has been created by the University of Bristol, allowing governments to prioritise getting aid to the most vulnerable people.

Earth Sciences - 13.09.2018
Imperial geologist tackles field trip mental health
Imperial geologist tackles field trip mental health
Field trips help students and academics explore the environments they study - but some suffer mental health difficulties when out on excursions. Though field work is often seen as the highlight of studying or working in natural and earth sciences, the reality can be quite different.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 29.08.2018

Palaeontology - Earth Sciences - 26.07.2018
Classic fossil site re-explored in undergraduate project
Classic fossil site re-explored in undergraduate project
Aust Cliff near Bristol has been known as a rich fossil site since the 1820s. Since then, thousands of people have visited this spectacular location on the banks of the Severn, and collected fossils of ancient sharks and sea dragons.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 25.07.2018
Deforestation will have 'drastic impact' on South America
Deforestation will have ’drastic impact’ on South America
Deforestation of the ‘overlooked' Guiana rainforests will have drastic impact on the rainfall patterns that support ecosystems and livelihoods across South America, warn scientists from Durham and other UK universities in a new report.

Earth Sciences - Life Sciences - 29.06.2018
Scientists set sail for Greenland’s fjords to unravel mysteries of nutrient cycling
A University of Bristol geochemist is to lead an international team of researchers to Greenland's fjords to find out how glacial meltwaters and coastal sediments are affecting nutrient cycling in the oceans. Glaciers are known to be a source of phosphate, silicon and iron, nutrients that are essential for the growth of the marine algae that form the basis of the food chain in the oceans.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 25.06.2018
Who shares experiences of climate change in a 1.5C world and beyond?
A new framework to understand how uneven the effects of a 1.5C world are for different countries around the world has been published today in Geophysical Research Letters, led by researchers from the Environmental Change Institute (ECI) at the Oxford University Department of Geography. It has been long understood that climate change will affect some regions more severely than others.

Earth Sciences - Astronomy / Space Science - 29.05.2018
Major GNSS project to boost potential for 'satellite' farming in Brazil
The University of Nottingham is working with Brazilian and EU partners to solve atmospheric interference problems that hamper satellite-based positioning in equatorial countries like Brazil.

Astronomy / Space Science - Earth Sciences - 04.05.2018
Measuring earthquakes on Mars
The NASA InSight mission, which stands for Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport, is due to launch from California aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket at 12.05pm (BST) today (Saturday 5 May). Image credit: UK Space Agency Oxford University is to contribute to a new mission to Mars, which will be the first to study the heart of the Red Planet and measure 'Marsquakes' from its surface.

Earth Sciences - Career - 24.04.2018
Gender inequality is 'drowning out' the voices of women scientists
Gender inequality is ’drowning out’ the voices of women scientists
A University of Cambridge researcher is calling for the voices of women to be given a fairer platform at a leading scientific conference.

Astronomy / Space Science - Earth Sciences - 17.04.2018
New ocean plankton species named after BBC's Blue Planet series
New ocean plankton species named after BBC’s Blue Planet series
A newly discovered species of ocean plankton, Syracosphaera azureaplaneta , has been named by UCL researchers in honour of the critically acclaimed BBC Blue Planet series and its presenter Sir David Attenborough.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 09.04.2018
New land motion map shows the human impact on the UK landscape
Researchers at the University of Nottingham who developed groundbreaking technology which was used to create the first country-wide land motion map of Scotland, have scored another first by creating a new UK-wide ground motion map. Using thousands of satellite radar images, the technology was applied under license by Geomatic Ventures Limited (GVL), an innovative University spin-out company, to create a complete land motion map of the UK as a natural progression from the first country-wide map of ground motion in Scotland.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 08.03.2018

Earth Sciences - Environment - 27.02.2018

Environment - Earth Sciences - 19.02.2018
Carbon dioxide ’pulses’ threaten Scotland’s coralline algal reefs
Scotland's marine ecosystems may be more sensitive to carbon dioxide than previously thought, and could be damaged irreparably by the CO2 ‘pulses' created by industrial activities, land run off or natural tidal processes.

Earth Sciences - 19.02.2018
Loneliest tree in the world marks new age for our planet
Loneliest tree in the world marks new age for our planet
The planet entered a new geological epoch known as the Anthropocene in 1965, according to a new study led by UCL and University of New South Wales. The Anthropocene has become a term used by scientists all over the world, seeking to put a marker on when humans began to leave a significant impact on the planet.
1 2 3 4 5 ... 18 Next »

This site uses cookies and analysis tools to improve the usability of the site. More information. |