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Air pollution leads to increase in electricity usage, study suggests

24 September 2020

Scientists say unclean air triggers change in behaviour that drives people indoors to use more electricity

Water and sanitation for all in a pandemic

10 September 2020

Researchers explore the challenges of hand hygiene in a changing water world

Terradat Prize for top postgraduate student

15 August 2020

Master's student receives award from Terradat UK for his outstanding performance during his degree

Congratulations to all our graduating students

6 August 2020

A huge congratulations to all our final year students on their graduation

Ocean floor

New discovery could highlight areas where earthquakes are less likely to occur

2 June 2020

Scientists identify specific conditions that cause tectonic plates to slowly creep underneath one another rather than generate potentially catastrophic earthquakes

Farmers getting water

Major international project to tackle climate change resilience in the Horn of Africa

26 May 2020

New €6.7M project aims to help rural East African communities adapt to climate change using state-of-the-art predictions of water scarcity and food insecurity

Celebrating Sea4All project success

26 May 2020

The project to drive awareness of the impact of marine pollution among young people celebrates success as it comes to a close

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Researchers to study ‘DNA’ of Earth’s interior

18 May 2020

New project aims to produce 4D maps of the Earth’s mantle to help understand some of the most dramatic geological events in our history

Structural Geology for Mining and Exploration

Online CPD course made available to undergraduate students

6 May 2020

An online CPD course developed by Professor Tom Blenkinsop of the School of Earth and Ocean Sciences, is helping undergraduate students to access learning to support their degrees.

New insights into mysterious deep earthquakes

26 March 2020

A major international study has shed new light on the mechanisms which trigger earthquakes deep below Earth’s surface.