Environment Research News
People travelling on the London Underground Jubilee Line inhale more fungal spores than those on the Central and Bakerloo Lines, according to new research from our scientists here at the University.
History was made last night when citizen scientists, working with our researchers, detected Britain’s first example of a lightning strike into space.
Discovery will help green technologies harness solar power - 17 July 2013
A new paper published in the journal Nature Materials by scientists in our Department of Chemistry explores how the photocatalyst titanium dioxide can be made more light sensitive to improve the efficiency of future solar devices.
Just changed your car or are about to? You could win £1,000 - 12 June 2013
Researchers in the Department of Psychology are working with colleagues at Cardiff University on an eco-driving project funded by Shell UK. As part of this project, they are looking to learn more about how people drive their cars.
Wessex Water to invest in University research - 11 June 2013
A new research and development collaboration between the University and Wessex Water has been announced today.
New hybrid technology set to change the future of renewables - 04 June 2013
A new hybrid technology that integrates wind and solar power generation is set to overcome many of the problems associated with traditional renewable power systems and revolutionise the green energy sector.