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Fish on sea floor

Eroded seabed rocks are providing an essential source of nutrition for drifting marine organisms at the base of the food chain, according to new research.


Anew type of rock created during large and exceptionally hot volcanic eruptions has been discovered beneath the Pacific Ocean.

A lightning bolt in a purplish sky

Lightning strikes were just as important as meteorites in creating the perfect conditions for life to emerge on Earth, geologists say.

Celebrating women of achievement 2021

Three academics from across the Faculty of Environment were this week recognised in the University’s Women of Achievement Awards.

Stock image of two business men shaking hands with low transparency, over the image is a wind farm.

Predicting job market skills gaps, occurring in the move towards a net-zero economy, will be easier for employers, policymakers and unions through a new jobs tracker.