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Astronomy - Environment / Sustainable Development - 15.06.2018

Astronomy - Administration / Government - 14.06.2018
Antarctica ramps up sea level rise
Antarctica ramps up sea level rise
Ice losses from Antarctica have increased global sea levels by 7.6 mm since 1992, with two fifths of this rise (3.0 mm) coming in the last five years alone.

Medicine / Pharmacology - Astronomy - 12.06.2018

Astronomy - Physics / Materials Science - 11.06.2018

Astronomy - Life Sciences - 29.05.2018
The International Space Station goes under the microscope
A Cardiff University academic has spent two years embedded with the teams working on the International Space Station (ISS) programme to compile the most comprehensive study of its work.

Earth Sciences - Astronomy - 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 - Careers / Employment - 24.05.2018
Engineers aim for the stars with new rocket engine
A ‘self-eating' rocket engine which could place small satellites in orbit more easily and more affordably is under development at universities in Scotland and Ukraine. In a paper published in the Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets , engineers from the University of Glasgow and Oles Honchar Dnipro National University in Ukraine discuss how they have built, fired, and for the first time throttled up and down an ‘autophage' engine which could change how small satellites are sent into space.

Astronomy - 17.05.2018

Astronomy - 16.05.2018
Opinion: The Dambusters raid took place 75 years ago - here's how they made a bomb bounce
Opinion: The Dambusters raid took place 75 years ago - here’s how they made a bomb bounce
Hugh Hunt from Cambridge's Department of Engineering - who recreated the Dambusters†raid in 2011 - discusses how engineers made a bomb bounce 75 years ago in an article for The Conversation .† Sir Barnes Wallis was a genius engineer who designed a very special bomb during World War II. The idea was that it would bounce across water and destroy German dams along the Ruhr Valley, causing massive flooding and damage to water and hydroelectricity supplies.

Astronomy - Physics / Materials Science - 14.05.2018
"Super-cool" observatory to explore hidden universe
A space mission designed to solve fundamental questions about how galaxies and forming planetary systems grow and evolve will be considered by the European Space Agency (ESA).

Astronomy - Innovation / Technology - 09.05.2018
Royal Society Fellowship for Prof Sheila Rowan
Professor Sheila Rowan, director of the University of Glasgow's Institute for Gravitational Research (IGR), has been made a Fellow of the Royal Society for her pioneering work on gravitational wave detection.

Astronomy - 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.

Physics / Materials Science - Astronomy - 02.05.2018

Astronomy - Medicine / Pharmacology - 26.04.2018
Impfest to livestream to the world
Imperial Festival will broadcast a showcase of inspirational talks and behind-the-scenes insights this weekend (28-29 April).

Astronomy - 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.

Astronomy - Chemistry - 05.04.2018
Absent phosphorus questions possible life on other planets
A distinct lack of the chemical element phosphorus in other parts of the Universe could make it very difficult for extra-terrestrial life to exist there.

Astronomy - Chemistry - 20.03.2018
UCL to lead European mission to study new planets
UCL to lead European mission to study new planets
UCL is leading a multi-million pound European mission to study newly discovered planets after it was selected today as the next European Space Agency science mission.

Astronomy - Chemistry - 20.03.2018
Green light for exoplanet mission
Cardiff University scientists will be part of an international space mission, which the European Space Agency (ESA) has announced today, to investigate fundamental questions about how mysterious exoplanets form and evolve.

Physics / Materials Science - Astronomy - 14.03.2018
Imperial professors pay tribute to their former teacher Stephen Hawking
Imperial academics have paid tribute to world renowned physicist Stephen Hawking who has died at the age of 76.

Astronomy - Business / Economics - 02.02.2018
UCL secures key role in ESA mission concept to monitor space weather
UCL secures key role in ESA mission concept to monitor space weather
A new European Space Agency (ESA) mission concept to help reduce the global risk of damage caused by space weather will be worked on by teams from across the UK with UCL playing a pivotal role in developing instruments on board the spacecraft.

Astronomy - Physics / Materials Science - 16.01.2018

Astronomy - Physics / Materials Science - 12.01.2018

Physics / Materials Science - Astronomy - 11.01.2018

Astronomy - Life Sciences - 01.01.2018
A hopeful 2018: Imperial academics on positive things coming our way this year
A hopeful 2018: Imperial academics on positive things coming our way this year
The past year has brought many challenges and difficulties, but what do we have to look forward to in 2018? In a time of political uprising and economical disarray, it's easy to focus on the negative.

Physics / Materials Science - Astronomy - 28.12.2017
£500k bequest makes splash with Glasgow gravitational wave scientists
The family of a pioneering Scottish physicist has donated a substantial portion of his estate to support a postgraduate research scholarship at the University of Glasgow.

Astronomy - Physics / Materials Science - 19.12.2017
Habitable planets could exist around pulsars
Habitable planets could exist around pulsars
It is theoretically possible that habitable planets exist around pulsars - spinning neutron stars that emit short, quick pulses of radiation.

Astronomy - Environment / Sustainable Development - 15.12.2017

Literature / Linguistics - Astronomy - 10.12.2017
The Billingford Hutch and the moonwort fern - a medieval mystery solved
The Billingford Hutch and the moonwort fern - a medieval mystery solved
A heavy oak chest in the Parker Library (Corpus Christi College) was used to store objects left as collateral for loans of money.

Innovation / Technology - Astronomy - 08.12.2017

Astronomy - Electroengineering - 05.12.2017

Astronomy - Physics / Materials Science - 30.11.2017

Literature / Linguistics - Astronomy - 24.11.2017

Astronomy - Physics / Materials Science - 24.11.2017

Astronomy - Architecture - 23.11.2017
University attractions are big hit at Lumiere 2017
University attractions are big hit at Lumiere 2017
Lumiere has been declared as a resounding success with Durham University's attractions and expertise playing a major part in the UK's biggest light festival.

Earth Sciences - Astronomy - 21.11.2017
Unexpected atmospheric vortex behaviour on Saturn's moon Titan
Unexpected atmospheric vortex behaviour on Saturn’s moon Titan
A new study, led by a University of Bristol earth scientist, has shown that recently reported unexpected behaviour on Titan, the largest moon of Saturn, is due to its unique atmospheric chemistry. Titan's polar atmosphere recently experiences and unexpected and significant cooling, contrary to all model predictions and differing from the behaviour of all other terrestrial planets in our solar system.

Astronomy - Physics / Materials Science - 17.11.2017
350,000 stellar systems to be mapped by Warwick astronomers
Astrophysicists from the University of Warwick have joined the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS-V) - one of the most-successful and influential surveys in the history of astronomy - making Warwick the first UK institution to be formally part of the project.

Astronomy - 16.11.2017
UofG astrophysicists welcome latest gravitational wave observation
A new gravitational wave observation is providing cause for celebration at the University of Glasgow's School of Physics and Astronomy.

Astronomy - Physics / Materials Science - 14.11.2017
Illuminating the Universe
Illuminating the Universe
Durham University is one of the world's leading centres for research into the origins and evolution of the Universe.

Astronomy - Physics / Materials Science - 13.11.2017
Duo of titanic galaxies caught in extreme starbursting merger
Duo of titanic galaxies caught in extreme starbursting merger
A pair of exceptionally rare hyper-luminous star-forming galaxies have been discovered, representing an extreme galaxy merger. The two extremely bright and massive galaxies have been caught in the act of merging in the early universe. These so-called hyper-luminous starburst galaxies are exceedingly rare at this epoch; as a pair, they may represent one of the most-extreme examples of violent star formation ever observed.

Astronomy - 09.11.2017
Countdown to Lumiere 2017 begins
Countdown to Lumiere 2017 begins
The clock is ticking down to the UK's biggest light festival which returns to Durham for the fifth time next week.

Physics / Materials Science - Astronomy - 09.11.2017
Probing the nature of the neutrino using SuperNEMO
Probing the nature of the neutrino using SuperNEMO
One mile beneath a mountain in the French Alps, an international team involving UCL scientists is hoping to unlock more secrets of the mysterious neutrino using a new, cutting-edge experiment called SuperNEMO. A UCL team helped to build the hardware and software being used by SuperNEMO - the Super Neutrino Ettore Majorana Observatory - which officially opens at Modane Underground Laboratory in the south of France today.

Astronomy - Physics / Materials Science - 31.10.2017
Jupiter's X-ray auroras pulse independently
Jupiter’s X-ray auroras pulse independently
Jupiter's intense northern and southern lights pulse independently of each other according to research co-authored by Lancaster University using ESA's XMM-Newton and NASA's Chandra X-ray observatories. The study in Nature Astronomy , found that very high-energy X-ray emissions at Jupiter's south pole consistently pulse every 11 minutes.
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