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Longview over the top of a glacier

Scientists have calculated that the fastest changing Antarctic region - the Amundsen Sea Embayment - has lost more than 3,000 billion tonnes of ice over a 25-year period.  

Illustration of the earth cut in half revealing the super core.

Compass readings that do not show the direction of true north and interference with the operations of satellites are a few of the problems caused by peculiarities of the Earth’s magnetic field.

Skateboarder performing tricks in a skatepark with other skateboarders watching in the background.

As International Women’s Day (IWD) 2023 urges people to #EmbraceEquity, we focus on how researchers at the University have published work on how to make women and girls feel safe in public parks.

Earth seen from space as the sun begins to emerge over the northern hemisphere

Mineral dust played a key role in raising oxygen levels in the Earth’s atmosphere billions of years ago, with major implications for the way intelligent life later evolved, say researchers.

Landscape in SE Asia showing large section of deforested land

Deforestation is resulting in reduced rainfall across large parts of the tropics, according to new research.