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Students throwing their academic mortar boards into the air.

A major analysis of the carbon footprint of universities and FE colleges has revealed for the first time the source and scale of their emissions.

We cannot address global water challenges without social sciences

Professor Martin-Ortega’s paper sets social sciences and interdisciplinarity agenda for new journal, Nature Water.

Neogene burial of organic carbon in the global ocean

Ocean warming may decrease the rate at which carbon from dead and decaying marine organisms is buried and sequestrated on the sea floor.

A hydropower dam

Scientists have analysed data from nearly three million rivers across the globe to identify where hydropower stations could be sited with limited environmental impacts.

Crevasses on the surface of a glacier ice tongue

Scientists have developed AI to track the development of crevasses - or fractures - on the Thwaites Glacier ice tongue in west Antarctica.