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A photograph of the Cohort 5 school year photo, Institute of Transport Studies.

The belated Institute of Transport Studies class of 2021 graduation ceremony was held on Monday 4 July, to celebrate the amazing achievements of our students, despite the Covid-19 pandemic.

Brown Rhino in Green Open Field

Small pockets of protected areas, separated by inhospitable farmlands, are not sufficient to preserve wildlife.

A photographic portrait of Rachel skinner in her honorary degree gown.

Rachel Skinner has been awarded an honorary degree for her services to transport engineering.

A building on fire.
Free to use via Unsplash.com/Chris Karadis

An ‘urgent conversation’ is needed about extreme heat and the wildfire risk that could threaten lives in urban areas, a School of Geography expert says.

Prof Corneille Ewango of the University of Kisangani, DRC, takes notes in a peat swamp forest along the Ikelemba River in DRC.

A new study has mapped the full scale of a vast region of peatland in the heart of the Congo Basin, revealing it to be 15% bigger than previously thought.