A ‘Perspective’ piece written by Professor Emeritus Stuart Reynolds has appeared in the Journal Science, looking at how very small numbers of a new species can come to colonise an area.
The next Science Café on Monday 10 June will explore efforts to halt the much publicised decline of Britain’s honeybees.
Physicists from the University will take a leading role in developing new technologies that could transform healthcare, thanks to a major investment announced this week by Universities Minister David Willetts MP.
The Department of Chemistry is celebrating after two of its academics were awarded prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry awards.
Researchers from our Biodiversity Lab have identified specific areas around the world where conservation efforts could best be targeted to safeguard inland-breeding waterbirds.