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Looking towards William Glacier from a ship

Scientists lucky enough to be in the “right place at the right time” witnessed a giant lump of ice breaking away from the William Glacier in Antarctica, a process known as calving.

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Professor Ken Carslaw is the co-executive editor and one of the founding committee of Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, which led the way in open access publishing and public peer review.

Trees by a riverside

This multi-partner conservation project aims to restore wildlife habitats in the Ingleborough area. A year since its launch, we celebrate the project's achievements and lay out its next steps.

a photo of Professor Ian Brooks wrapped up in a wool hat with a head torch, scarf and warm jacket, against a dark sky.

Ian Brooks, Professor of Boundary Layer Processes at the University of Leeds, has been awarded the Polar Medal.

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Seven research teams from the School of Earth and Environment have been awarded funding for new policy engagement projects.