Science and Environment

Using science to build international relations: a short introduction to science diplomacy

Using science to build international relations: a short introduction to science diplomacy

Posted by ap507 at Nov 10, 2017 04:55 PM |

PhD student Emme Ledgerwood writes article for British Library on World Science Day for Peace and Development

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How we found our lost Mars lander after a decade of searching – and what's next

How we found our lost Mars lander after a decade of searching – and what's next

Posted by pt91 at Oct 18, 2017 05:05 PM |

To coincide with the publication of the evidence of the location of the Beagle 2 lander on Mars, Professor John Bridges from the Department of Physics and Astronomy explains how the discovery came about

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Fears over Ethiopian dam’s costly impact on environment and people

Fears over Ethiopian dam’s costly impact on environment and people

Posted by ap507 at Sep 12, 2017 04:30 PM |

In an article for The Conversation, Dr Sean Avery from our School of Geography, Geology and the Environment has discussed Ethiopia’s GIBE III hydropower dam and the huge controversy that has surrounded this project

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Farewell to Cassini

Farewell to Cassini

Posted by ap507 at Sep 08, 2017 01:16 PM |

Dr Leigh Fletcher from our Department of Physics and Astronomy discusses how after almost twenty years in space, the Cassini spacecraft is now just seven days away from its final encounter with Saturn

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What if Antarctica’s dormant, ice-covered volcanoes wake up?

What if Antarctica’s dormant, ice-covered volcanoes wake up?

Posted by ap507 at Sep 05, 2017 09:35 AM |

Professor John Smellie discusses how the eruption of volcanoes situated strategically close to any of Antarctica’s ice streams could cause significant amounts of ice to be swept into the sea

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Cloud Computing Education in the UK: Two Professors’ Perspectives

Cloud Computing Education in the UK: Two Professors’ Perspectives

Posted by ap507 at Aug 29, 2017 11:12 AM |

As part of Clutch’s ongoing research on cloud computing education at universities and colleges, Clutch interviewed two cloud computing experts who teach at universities in the UK - including Dr Thomas Erlebach from our Department of Informatics

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