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An image of A68A iceberg approaching the island of South Georgia (14 December 2020). The left hand part of the image are clouds.

Scientists monitoring the giant A68A Antarctic iceberg from space reveal that a huge amount of fresh water was released as it melted around the sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia.

Dr Timothy Craig – Royal Society University Research Fellow in the School of Earth and Environment – has been recognised for his outstanding contributions to the field of geodynamics.

Repeated Infrared image of woman waring face mask breathing

The Sorby Lab has received recognition for their work during the early part of the pandemic to support a Royal Academy of Engineering project – Project CARE.   

A photograph of the Parkinson Building at the University of Leeds.

The University of Leeds is making the single biggest investment in its history to achieve a low carbon future.

A woman in a wheelchair sat at a train station platform. There is a train passing in the distance.

A new study reveals that disabled households in the European Union currently consume 10% less energy than other households, as well as being 5% more likely to experience energy poverty.