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Chemistry - Innovation - 09.07.2024
Partnership to create technology for sustainable chemical industry
Partnership to create technology for sustainable chemical industry

Economics - 09.07.2024
Welcome to our new Chief Financial Officer

Pedagogy - 08.07.2024
Education inspection finds trainee teachers flourish at The University of Manchester

Politics - Environment - 08.07.2024
Analysis: 10 days of blockbuster decisions with huge implications for the future
Analysis: 10 days of blockbuster decisions with huge implications for the future

Campus - Politics - 08.07.2024
Durham University alumni and supporters take up seats in UK Houses of Parliament

Health - Pharmacology - 08.07.2024
Search begins for architects to design new Fleming Centre
Search begins for architects to design new Fleming Centre
The Fleming Initiative is calling for designs for its inaugural Centre at St Mary's Hospital.

Health - 08.07.2024
1.7 million for new network to improve lives of people at risk of dementia
1.7 million for new network to improve lives of people at risk of dementia

Health - 08.07.2024
Baroness Neville-Jones visits National Heart and Lung Institute at Imperial
An Imperial researcher won a Royal Society Pairing Scheme fellowship and spent time discussing science and policy with Baroness Neville-Jones.

Pharmacology - Health - 08.07.2024
Imperial and Crick cancer drug spinout raises 90m to begin clinical development
Imperial and Crick cancer drug spinout raises £90m to begin clinical development

Environment - Economics - 08.07.2024
Future feedstocks
Future feedstocks
A sustainable bioeconomy relies on a constant supply of sustainable feedstocks. There needs to be enough feedstock available for the various processes and they need to be economical to acquire.

Health - Pharmacology - 08.07.2024
New blood-free tetanus test could help identify global immunity gaps
New blood-free tetanus test could help identify global immunity gaps
A new fast test may help identify children missing immunity to tetanus and other essential vaccines.

Pedagogy - 05.07.2024
Biggest ever Mandarin Excellence Programme trip sees 1,200 pupils travel to China
Biggest ever Mandarin Excellence Programme trip sees 1,200 pupils travel to China

Politics - Social Sciences - 05.07.2024
How Durham researchers have informed UK General Election debate

Event - 05.07.2024
County Durham Women+ art collective unveils first exhibition

Social Sciences - Event - 04.07.2024
Science Together celebrates a third year of community-led research collaborations
Science Together celebrates a third year of community-led research collaborations

Event - 04.07.2024
PhD Researcher Awarded Full Scholarship to Attend European Forum Alpbach 2024

Economics - Materials Science - 04.07.2024
Immersive event showcases Graphene@Manchester's capabilities to industry
Immersive event showcases Graphene@Manchester’s capabilities to industry

History / Archeology - Linguistics / Literature - 04.07.2024
Celebrating the Summer Solstice at Jodrell Bank
Celebrating the Summer Solstice at Jodrell Bank

Computer Science - Innovation - 04.07.2024
Clever clothes: Seams in clothing can capture body movement
Clever clothes: Seams in clothing can capture body movement
Everyday clothing may soon be able to capture and record body movements, according to new research published by the Universities of Bath and Bristol.

Life Sciences - 03.07.2024
Attend a microbreweries workshop

Campus - Economics - 03.07.2024
Spotlight on... Daniel Farrell
Spotlight on... Daniel Farrell

Health - Physics - 03.07.2024
UV or not UV? How deep UV light could revolutionise healthcare
UV or not UV? How deep UV light could revolutionise healthcare

Life Sciences - Health - 03.07.2024
’Hugely thankful for her vision and leadership’

Linguistics / Literature - Campus - 03.07.2024
US abortion rulings: Legal-linguistic analysis of amicus briefs shows loss of agency for women on both sides of the debate
Amicus briefs written in favour of abortion access were too weak in their language to be able to counter those written against, research concludes.

Mathematics - 03.07.2024
Alan Turing inspired escape room shows ’maths is more than just numbers’
Schoolchildren have taken on a Bletchley Park-inspired escape room as part of a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) activity day at Cardiff University.

Veterinary - Health - 03.07.2024
RVC student wins international award for outstanding research into canine pain management

Computer Science - 03.07.2024
Interested in attending Super Computing 2024?
Interested in attending Super Computing 2024?

Innovation - Computer Science - 03.07.2024
Bath student wins national award for computer game that explores mental health
Bath student wins national award for computer game that explores mental health

Linguistics / Literature - History / Archeology - 02.07.2024
Celebrating the Summer Solstice with a day of literature events at Jodrell Bank

Art and Design - 02.07.2024
New design partnership celebrates 200 years of our University
New design partnership celebrates 200 years of our University

Environment - Politics - 02.07.2024
Analysis: New maps show how the climate is changing in each UK constituency
A new set of maps showing how the climate has shifted in each UK constituency will help people ask pertinent questions on the doorstep in future elections, write Professor Chris Brierley (UCL Geography) and Hannah Woodward of Birkbeck, University of London in The Conversation.

Event - 02.07.2024
UCL turns 200! Come to a drop-in session this July to meet the team behind the 2026 celebrations
UCL turns 200! Come to a drop-in session this July to meet the team behind the 2026 celebrations

Career - Psychology - 02.07.2024
Durham Psychologist to take on new President role

Mathematics - Physics - 02.07.2024
Researcher collects prestigious maths prize

Materials Science - Innovation - 01.07.2024
Cambridge spin-out's sportscar prototype takes ultra-fast charging out of the lab and onto the road
Cambridge spin-out’s sportscar prototype takes ultra-fast charging out of the lab and onto the road
Nyobolt, a University of Cambridge spin-out company, has demonstrated its ultra-fast charging batteries in an electric sportscar prototype, going from 10% to 80% charge in under five minutes, twice the speed of the fastest-charging vehicles currently on the road.

Earth Sciences - 01.07.2024
Team records ground shaking at Taylor Swift concerts
Team records ground shaking at Taylor Swift concerts
UCL geophysicists installed nine seismometers around Wembley Park ahead of Taylor Swift's first Eras concerts in London and found that the opening night performance of 'Love Story' produced the strongest ground tremors.

Environment - Innovation - 01.07.2024
Creating sustainable large-area electronics of the future
Creating sustainable large-area electronics of the future
The need to tackle climate change is becoming more urgent, making sustainable manufacturing of goods a global concern. However, making all'industries sustainable is difficult, especially high-tech sectors like the semiconductor industry. The latter, which is crucial for making electronic devices, has a significant environmental impact, with sizeable portion of a product's carbon footprint incurred before it even leaves the factory.

Campus - 01.07.2024
Your new merchandise shop is now live!
Your new merchandise shop is now live!

Physics - Materials Science - 01.07.2024
Semiconductor research at The University of Manchester
Semiconductor research at The University of Manchester
Manchester is a world-leader in the novel fabrication of semiconductors devices from 2D materials to silicon.

Event - 01.07.2024
Open office slots with the Provost are now available for the Autumn Term
Open office slots with the Provost are now available for the Autumn Term

Life Sciences - Health - 01.07.2024
Award for outstanding contribution to neuroscience
Award for outstanding contribution to neuroscience

Music - 01.07.2024
Not just any tour: Chapel Choir of University College to perform at the Vatican

Health - Innovation - 01.07.2024
ImmunoServ join Cardiff Medicentre
The Welsh scientists that created a unique kit to test Covid-19 immunity have moved their team into Cardiff Medicentre.

Event - Law - 01.07.2024
Sandie Okoro OBE appointed as first female Chancellor of the University of Birmingham

Social Sciences - 01.07.2024
King's Birthday Honour for academic in recognition of services to anti-racism
King’s Birthday Honour for academic in recognition of services to anti-racism

Innovation - Economics - 01.07.2024
World-first ammonia steam boiler moves to next phase of testing
World-first ammonia steam boiler moves to next phase of testing

Politics - 28.06.2024
Votes for kids: why we should be giving children a say in elections

Economics - Pedagogy - 28.06.2024
Manchester PGCE graduate and business founder wins UK StartUp Award for ’Regional Consumer Product of the Year’

Health - Campus - 28.06.2024
Centre for Research Equity launches partnership to advance health equity in Northern Ireland
L to R: Prof Chris Butler, Nuffield Dept of Primary Care Health Sciences, Oxford, Prof Mahendra G Patel OBE, Director of the CfRE, Prof Janice Baillie Assistant director HSC Research and Dev division,

Economics - Campus - 28.06.2024
Encampment on Palace Green, Durham City