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Image of asteroids

Researchers from the School of Earth and Environment were part of an international team that discovered how asteroid impacts may have created running water on Mars.

As far as we know, Earth’s magnetic north has always wandered, but it has recently gained new momentum and is making a dash towards Siberia at a pace not seen before.

Uncovering the Elsecar Gasworks

New scientific techniques and an incredibly dry summer have come together to reveal an important part of Elsecar Village’s hidden heritage.

Earthquakes

The timing and size of three deadly earthquakes that struck Italy in 2016 may have been pre-determined, according to new research that could improve earthquake forecasting.

Studying Holuhraun volcano

A new study has found a previously undetected potential health risk from the high concentration of small particles found in a boomerang-like return of a volcanic plume.