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UK’s top young codebreakers revealed

Publish date: 2019/1/22 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Winners of a national competition aimed at getting school and sixth-form students enthused and passionate about maths and codebreaking have been announced.
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Scientists discover natural fitness watch in fishes that records their activity levels

Publish date: 2019/1/17 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
An international research team including scientists from the University of Southampton have shown for the first time that the energetic cost of living (the metabolic rate) of fish can be measured in structures that grow in their ears. This new tool can be used to show how fish are influenced by and adapt to changes in their environment, including climate change.
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University researchers discover black hole in our Galaxy spinning rapidly around itself

Publish date: 2019/1/16 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A University of Southampton-led project has shown a black hole spinning near its maximum possible rate around its axis.
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Earth and Moon pummelled by more asteroids since the age of the dinosaurs began

Publish date: 2019/1/16 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The number of asteroids colliding with the Earth and Moon has increased by up to three times over the past 290 million years, according to a major new study involving the University of Southampton. These findings, published in Science, challenge our previous understanding of Earth’s history.
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Map of chemicals in jellyfish could be the future to protecting UK waters and marine life

Publish date: 2019/1/15 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Scientists at the University of Southampton have developed maps of chemicals found in jellyfish which could offer a new tool for conservation in British waters and fisheries. The maps will also be able to detect fraudulently labelled food in retail outlets by helping to trace the origins of seafood.
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University awarded funding to investigate next generation of lightweight composite aircraft structures

Publish date: 2019/1/14 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A study led by the University of Southampton has been awarded a programme grant of £6.9m by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to address significant barriers in the design and manufacture of future composite aero structures.
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Rapid health diagnostics and 3D audio gaming amongst debut innovations at CES 2019

Publish date: 2019/1/3 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Tech entrepreneurs from the University of Southampton will reveal a number of ground-breaking research innovations at this 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas from 8-11 January.
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Colossal erosion event transformed ancient Earth’s surface

Publish date: 2019/1/3 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The Earth’s surface experienced the largest crustal erosion event in Earth’s history some 700 million years ago, paving the way for animal life to develop, according to a major new study involving the University of Southampton.
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Four University of Southampton staff receive Honours

Publish date: 2018/12/27 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Four University of Southampton staff members are celebrating recognition in the Queen’s New Year Honours 2018.
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Fashion student recognised as a rising star in upReach Student Social Mobility Awards

Publish date: 2018/12/20 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Winchester School of Art (WSA) student Ashwinnie Thushyanthan has been recognised as a rising star in this year’s upReach Student Social Mobility Awards.
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Feliz Navid - how our students from Mexico shared the holiday spirit

Publish date: 2018/12/20 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Students from the Mexican Society at the University of Southampton enjoyed a pre-Christmas event attended by BBC South Today.
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Research shows liver disease could be picked up much sooner by nurses in GP Surgeries

Publish date: 2018/12/20 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Research carried out by scientists at the University of Southampton has shown that simple tests in GP surgeries could potentially double the diagnosis rate of liver disease where patients are not displaying any symptoms.
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Southampton academics among 2018’s Highly Cited Researchers

Publish date: 2018/12/19 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Academics from the University of Southampton feature among researchers with the world’s most highly cited papers.
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Southampton academics named as Fellows of The Alan Turing Institute

Publish date: 2018/12/17 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Nineteen leading academics from the University of Southampton have joined The Alan Turing Institute as Fellows.
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Study aims to improve quality of life for people with Motor Neurone Disease

Publish date: 2018/12/16 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Association and the terminal illness charity Marie Curie have announced the launch of a jointly-funded study led by the University of Southampton aimed at improving quality of care for people with MND.
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“Southampton naturally gravitates quality researchers, excellent partners and win-win partnerships”

Publish date: 2018/12/16 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Winnie Eley joined the University of Southampton as Vice-President (International) in October 2018, arriving in Southampton after five years as Deputy Vice-Chancellor (International and Advancement) at The University of Newcastle in Australia.
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School of Engineering celebrates 10 years of world leading research in Tribology

Publish date: 2018/12/13 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The National Centre for Advanced Tribology at Southampton (nCATS) was established in 2008 to provide world leading research in tribology, the science of friction, wear and lubrication of surfaces that come in to contact together in motion.
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Is increasing artificial light at night a danger to coral reefs?

Publish date: 2018/12/13 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The potentially damaging effects of manmade light at night on the reproduction of reef corals is the subject of new research involving Ocean and Earth Science researchers from the University of Southampton.
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Immunology pioneer receives global recognition for major contribution to haematology research

Publish date: 2018/12/12 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
World-leading immunologist, Professor Freda Stevenson from the University of Southampton and University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, has become the first British recipient of the prestigious Henry M. Stratton Medal for her highly influential contribution to haematology research.
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The secret to the best seasonal hot chocolate? It’s all in the chemistry!

Publish date: 2018/12/12 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Hot chocolate can trace its roots to the bygone days of the Mayan civilisation and Aztec empire. The drink was originally made from the fermented nibs of the ‘food of the gods‘ - the cocoa or cacao plant - and consumed during sacrificial rituals.
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Special performance creates unique opportunity for students from Southampton and China

Publish date: 2018/12/10 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Students and professors from China’s Zhejiang Conservatory of Music have performed at the University of Southampton for the first time, sharing their culture and showcasing their musical talents.
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Winter graduation a time to celebrate achievement

Publish date: 2018/12/10 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton will celebrate the achievements of over 1,000 students during Winter Graduation Ceremonies in the city this week.
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Southampton to host prestigious Fulbright Forum 2019

Publish date: 2018/12/9 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
For the first time ever, the University of Southampton will host the annual Fulbright Forum in January 2019.
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Houses in hurricane strike zones are built back bigger

Publish date: 2018/12/9 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A study of hurricane-hit areas of the United States has revealed a trend of larger homes being built to replace smaller ones in the years following a storm.
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University's contribution to global technology recognised in UK’s Best Breakthroughs list

Publish date: 2018/12/5 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton’s pioneering contribution to optical fibre technology that now enables the internet to span the world has today been named as one of the UK’s 100 best breakthroughs for its significant impact on people’s everyday lives.
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Lack of qualified nursing associated with increased mortality in hospital

Publish date: 2018/12/4 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Lower levels of Registered Nurses (RN) and a greater use of nursing assistants are associated with an increased risk of death during an admission to hospital, according to a new study led by researchers at the University of Southampton.
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University engineers produce new industry guidelines on environmental risks of landfill

Publish date: 2018/12/2 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Coastal engineers, waste management and pollution researchers at the University of Southampton and Queen Mary University of London have highlighted the increasing environmental risks associated with coastal landfill sites in the face of climate change.
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Southampton researchers develop world’s first solar-powered mini-grids with hydrogen storage for Uganda

Publish date: 2018/12/2 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Engineers from the University of Southampton are part of a consortium funded by the Belgian Government to deploy a solar photovoltaic mini-grid project with hydrogen storage in Uganda.
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Researchers reveal close-up look at whirlpool around gigantic black hole

Publish date: 2018/11/29 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
An international team of scientists have been able to measure gas spinning about a supermassive black hole in a distance galaxy for the first time. The team, which includes the University of Southampton, were also able to gauge its mass with unprecedented precision – a crucial step to understanding galaxy evolution.
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Philosophy of pregnancy and early motherhood research highly commended for national award

Publish date: 2018/11/29 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A major project led by the University of Southampton looking at the philosophy of pregnancy and early motherhood has been nominated for a national award.
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Population mapping helps measure access to surgery in Africa

Publish date: 2018/11/28 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Research examining pressure on surgical units in sub-Saharan African countries estimates nearly 300 million people have a need for surgery in the region, placing a heavy burden on hospitals.
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Southampton Scientist contributes to new Government climate projections report

Publish date: 2018/11/25 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The Met Office has today published its latest assessment of how the climate of the UK will change over the 21st Century. Dr Mark Pickering from the University of Southampton has been one of the major contributors to the report's assessment of tidal changes as a result of rising sea levels.
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Southampton research team invited as first users to new state-of-the-art facility

Publish date: 2018/11/22 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A team of leading Biological Sciences researchers from the University of Southampton have become the first ever to use a new Diamond Light Source beam as part of their research into cyanobacteria (or blue-green algae) - the only known photosynthetic bacteria to produce oxygen.
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New way to look at cell membranes could change the way we study disease

Publish date: 2018/11/21 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Scientists working together across Europe, Australia and Japan have made a ground-breaking discovery that could revolutionise the way in which we study cancer, metabolic, and heart diseases. The international research collaboration was led by Oxford University, alongside peers including Professor Syma Khalid from the School of Chemistry at the University of Southampton.
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New study reveals increasing threats of cumulative climate hazards around the world

Publish date: 2018/11/18 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A new study provides one of the most comprehensive assessments yet of the impact of the simultaneous occurrence of multiple climate hazards. This research reveals that societies face a much larger threat from climate change than previous studies have suggested.
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University launches law centre dedicated to tackling discrimination against women

Publish date: 2018/11/15 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The Law School at the University has launched the Stefan Cross Centre for Women, Equality & Law (SCC), thanks to a generous donation from Southampton Law School alumnus, Mr Stefan Cross QC (Hons).
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Newly-funded network to focus on biotechnology solutions to ensure a low carbon future

Publish date: 2018/11/15 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton will lead a new Environmental Biotechnology Network (EBNet) as part of an initiative to underpin the UK’s move to a low carbon economy for the future.
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University to run new National Research Facility bringing artificial intelligence to Physical Science research

Publish date: 2018/11/14 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Academics and students in the UK will soon be able to make better use of data through artificial intelligence and deep learning in their research, thanks to a new National Research Facility for the physical sciences communities.
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New antibody breakthrough to lead the fight against cancer

Publish date: 2018/11/13 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Scientists at the University of Southampton have developed a new antibody that could hold the key to unlocking cancer’s defence against the body’s immune system.
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University research to look into making surgery safer for diabetes patients

Publish date: 2018/11/13 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton is to start new research that aims to improve the recovery time and survival rates of people with diabetes who undergo heart surgery.
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World-renowned Southampton researcher awarded Royal College Presidents’ Medal

Publish date: 2018/11/13 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Southampton Professor Stephen Holgate has been awarded the President’s Medal by the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) for his personal contribution to public health, particularly air quality, over many decades. He is also recognised for his exceptional service to the RCP.
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‘Humanity and personality’ key to Stan Lee’s legacy, says Southampton film lecturer

Publish date: 2018/11/12 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The passing of Marvel Comics pioneer Stan Lee has brought tributes from around the world for a man who is credited with co-creating some of the most iconic comic book characters of the last 60 years including Spider-Man, the Incredible Hulk, Iron Man and Thor.
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Southampton researcher calls for urgent action to tackle pneumonia - the world’s number one infectious disease killer

Publish date: 2018/11/11 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Southampton researcher, Dr Michael Head, is calling for immediate action to tackle pneumonia after a new report named the condition as the leading infections disease killer in the world, claiming an estimated 2.6 million lives in 2017.
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New agreement will champion culture and creativity for all in Southampton

Publish date: 2018/11/8 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Southampton’s growing reputation as a city of culture and creativity has received a major boost with the signing of a new agreement between the University of Southampton and Arts Council England (ACE).
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University War Hospital remembered in new exhibition

Publish date: 2018/11/8 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton is commemorating 100 years since the Armistice of the First World War with a new exhibition.
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University psychologist to address shortage of treatment for Tourette Syndrome patients

Publish date: 2018/11/6 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A psychologist at the University of Southampton is reaching out to people in the local community who have, or think they may have, a tic disorder or tourette syndrome to take part in much needed research into these conditions.
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Rothenstein Mural

Publish date: 2018/10/24 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The comments made on Twitter by the Students’ Union President regarding the Rothenstein Mural are not shared by the University of Southampton and do not represent the views of the University community.
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Anglo-Bulgarian expedition finds evidence of the world’s ‘Oldest Intact Shipwreck’

Publish date: 2018/10/22 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Following three years of highly-advanced technological mapping of the Black Sea floor, an international team scientists led by experts from the University of Southampton have confirmed that a shipwreck lying intact has been officially radiocarbon dates back to 400BC.
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Business School Teaching Fellow featured on UK's Disability Power 100 List

Publish date: 2018/10/18 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Richard Cartwright, Principal Teaching Fellow in Accounting in the University of Southampton’s Business School, features amongst the most influential people in the UK with a disability.
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University research shows world heritage sites under threat from climate change

Publish date: 2018/10/15 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
UNESCO World Heritage sites in the Mediterranean such as Venice, the Piazza del Duomo, Pisa and the Medieval City of Rhodes are under threat of coastal erosion and flooding due to rising sea levels, a study published in Nature magazine reports this week.
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New funding to INSPIRE Southampton studentships in environmental sciences research

Publish date: 2018/10/11 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton has been awarded funding for 80 new PhD studentships over the next five years as leader of the INSPIRE Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP), one of 17 announced by the UK’s Natural Environment Research Council (NERC).
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World renowned pianist explores the music of Wellington

Publish date: 2018/10/11 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Pianist, composer, broadcaster and University of Southampton professor David Owen Norris will perform live for the Wellington Lecture 2018 – playing and speaking about music associated with Arthur Wellesley, the 1st Duke of Wellington.
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Southampton celebrates excellent GMC review of medical school programmes

Publish date: 2018/10/9 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton has received high praise for the delivery of its Medicine training programmes following a five-yearly review by the General Medical Council (GMC).
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Researchers use “biological passport” to monitor Earth’s largest fish

Publish date: 2018/8/8 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Whale sharks, the world’s largest fish, roam less than previously thought and need greater protection from local and regional threats to ensure the long-term conservation of this globally endangered species, according to a new study.
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How people view crime depends on the politics of when they were growing up

Publish date: 2018/8/7 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A new study in the British Journal of Criminology, published by Oxford University Press and supported by University of Southampton research, indicates that the different political periods in which people ‘came of age’ has an important influence on their perception of crime, even decades later.
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Southampton business student goes from graduation to the gridiron

Publish date: 2018/8/5 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
For Cameron Craig, life changed forever the minute he stepped onto campus at the University of Southampton.
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Southampton at heart of investment to keep UK as global leader in offshore renewables

Publish date: 2018/7/30 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A national consortium of universities – including the University of Southampton – has been awarded £5 million to champion and maintain the UK’s leading position in the field of offshore renewable energy (ORE).
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First study of its kind observes the power struggle of chromosomes to survive

Publish date: 2018/7/26 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Biology researchers from the University of Southampton have brought us a step closer to fully understanding how we inherit our chromosomes from our parents and grandparents.
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Southampton research reveals a clear link between ADHD and asthma

Publish date: 2018/7/24 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A University of Southampton researcher has carried out a major study aimed at assessing the relationship between the most common neurodevelopment disorder, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and the most chronic condition in children, asthma.
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Jon Sopel happy to trade White House ‘bubble’ for graduation in Southampton

Publish date: 2018/7/24 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
For Jon Sopel, the opportunity of leading graduation ceremonies at the University of Southampton is a welcome distraction from the White House ‘bubble’ he’s become used to in recent years as the BBC’s North America Editor based in Washington, DC.
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Southampton to play key role in strengthening UK aerospace sector

Publish date: 2018/7/18 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton is joining with a number of other leading aerospace universities in the UK as part of a national consortium to provide the global aerospace community with a centralised point of engagement to the UK’s top university aerospace research capabilities.
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Celebrations begin for Southampton graduates

Publish date: 2018/7/17 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton is welcoming visitors from around the world during its 2018 summer graduation ceremonies (18-27 July).
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New shark species could be swimming towards UK as seas warm

Publish date: 2018/7/16 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A University of Southampton researcher suggests that new types of sharks could be heading to UK waters as a result of warming seas.
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Eye expert leads research to better predict blindness in patients

Publish date: 2018/7/11 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A University of Southampton eye expert is leading research using state-of-the art imaging to predict which patients with early age-related-macular-degeneration (AMD) are at more risk of blindness.
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Long shift patterns lead to higher sickness absence risk for hospital-based Registered Nurses and Healthcare Assistants

Publish date: 2018/7/11 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A new study has found that consistently working long shifts on hospital wards can lead to a higher risk of sickness absence for Registered Nurses (RNs) and Healthcare Assistants (HCAs).
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Higher income and being married protect you from broken bones in older age

Publish date: 2018/7/10 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Research led by scientists from the Medical Research Council Lifecourse Epidemiology Unit (MRC LEU) at the University of Southampton has shown that a higher income and being married reduces the risk of experiencing a broken bone in old age.
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Research shows plants in Africa green up ahead of rainy season

Publish date: 2018/7/2 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A study led by the University of Southampton has shown the greening up of vegetation prior to the rainy season in Africa is more widespread than previously understood.
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University contributes £1.3 billion to the Hampshire economy

Publish date: 2018/6/27 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A new economic impact assessment of the University of Southampton shows that it benefits the regional Hampshire economy to the tune of £1.3bn annually and the city of Southampton specifically by £0.9bn. On a national scale it contributes £2.5bn to the economy.
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Historians focus in on World War One ‘dazzle’ camouflage

Publish date: 2018/6/25 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Historians at the University of Southampton are holding a study day devoted to learning, discussion and exploring new perspectives on dazzle painting, also known as dazzle camouflage.
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Southampton research reveals early maternal diet affects brain development and adult memory

Publish date: 2018/6/25 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Poor protein in a mother’s diet in early pregnancy, around the time of conception, can have a lasting effect on brain development, according to research recently published by University of Southampton academics.
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Winnie Eley appointed Vice-President (International) at the University of Southampton

Publish date: 2018/6/24 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton has appointed Winnie Eley as its new Vice-President (International). She will take up the post on 1 October, 2018.
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Professor Rebecca Taylor to lead the University of Southampton Malaysia

Publish date: 2018/6/24 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Professor Rebecca Taylor has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer of the University of Southampton Malaysia (UoSM).
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University committed to ‘animating the city of Southampton’ through inspired arts and culture

Publish date: 2018/6/20 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton has reaffirmed its commitment to arts, culture and creativity through a new Arts Strategy (2018-22).
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Southampton researcher recognised for major impact on the UK’s hairdressing industry

Publish date: 2018/6/20 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A University of Southampton researcher has won a major national award for the impact of her work into sustainable practices within the UK’s hairdressing industry.
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Climate shift may have spurred migration across now submerged land bridge

Publish date: 2018/6/20 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A new study by Canadian, UK and US researchers has found that climate conditions shifted to become wetter and warmer around 15,000 years ago and contributed to the first human migration between Asia and North America.
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Sonic weapons evidence far from sound following ‘attacks’ in Cuba and China

Publish date: 2018/6/19 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Southampton Professor Tim Leighton has raised serious doubts of sound being used to harm embassy staff in Cuba and China in recent months where diplomatic personnel claimed they’d suffered health problems after being exposed to some sort of ‘sonic weapon’.
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Cross-dressing women at the frontline of the English Civil War

Publish date: 2018/4/8 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A new study by a historian at the University of Southampton has uncovered accounts of women who dressed as men to take their place alongside soldiers during the English Civil War.
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Churchill's favourite butterfly to return

Publish date: 2018/4/8 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The UK’s changing climate means conditions may now be suitable for one of Sir Winston Churchill’s favourite butterflies - the Black-veined White - to return, a study has revealed.
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Astronomers find 72 bright and fast explosions

Publish date: 2018/4/5 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Gone in a (cosmological) flash: a team of astronomers found 72 very bright, but quick events in a recent survey and are still struggling to explain their origin.
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Three-month course of chemotherapy as effective as six months following surgery for bowel cancer

Publish date: 2018/3/28 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Many patients receiving chemotherapy following surgery for bowel cancer may only need three months treatment rather than the six months currently given, new research published in Lancet Oncology has shown.
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A combination of cancer immunotherapies could save more lives

Publish date: 2018/3/26 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Scientists at the University of Southampton have discovered a new combination of cancer immunotherapy treatment that could improve patients’ survival rates.
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Prehistoric people resilient in the face of extreme climate events

Publish date: 2018/3/25 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Pioneering early people who lived at the end of the last ice age actually carried on with life as usual despite plummeting temperatures, according to research focused at a world-famous archaeological site in North Yorkshire suggests.
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Trying to do something about the global tuberculosis epidemic

Publish date: 2018/3/22 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton has marked World Tuberculosis (TB) day with the Inaugural lecture of Professor Paul Elkington, entitled “Trying to do something about the global Tuberculosis epidemic”.
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Researchers study effects of water stress on forests over 20 year period

Publish date: 2018/3/21 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A team of biologists from the University of Florida, working with colleagues from the University of Southampton, Princeton University and the Estonian University of Life Sciences have analysed forest inventories of trees in the eastern United States from the 1980s to 2000s. The team looked specifically at forest biomass, tree species composition, and climate variability.
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New technologies help strengthen population data in low-income countries

Publish date: 2018/3/20 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Research led by the University of Southampton is helping governments in low-income countries strengthen their capacity to build and use population maps, to plan for the future and respond to emergencies.
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Latest research reveals opinion poll errors are not increasing

Publish date: 2018/3/15 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A new study led by the University of Southampton has revealed that claims of a crisis in the accuracy of election polling are false and that there is no evidence to suggest that poll errors have increased over time.
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International ocean drilling expedition obtains unique record of plate tectonic rifting and changing climate in Greece

Publish date: 2018/3/7 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Core samples taken during an international ocean drilling expedition are yielding the most high-resolution, extended record of continental rifting ever obtained.
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Donor star breathes life into zombie companion

Publish date: 2018/3/4 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The European Space Agency’s (ESA) Integral space observatory has witnessed a rare event: the moment that winds emitted by a swollen red giant star revived its slow-spinning companion, the core of a dead star, bringing it back to life in a flash of X-rays.
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Women remain dramatically unrepresented in the British film industry

Publish date: 2018/3/2 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Women remain dramatically unrepresented in the British film industry, according to a major new study which shows there has been little change in the number of female directors or cinematographers in the past decade.
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Southampton student shortlisted for Student Midwife of the Year

Publish date: 2018/2/28 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Commitment, community and collaboration are all words used to describe University of Southampton student midwife Lucy Price, one of five finalists for the 2018 Pregnacare Award for UK Student Midwife of the Year.
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Southampton researchers go skin deep to explore what causes wrinkles

Publish date: 2018/2/27 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The prospects – and consequences – of ageing are of concern to us all, especially when considering the likelihood of developing wrinkles. They are not only a hallmark of ageing but also play a fundamental role in how we physically interact with many products and devices, from moisturiser cream and make up to razor and the fabrics of our clothes.
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Nursing leads the way for Southampton in QS World Rankings by Subject

Publish date: 2018/2/27 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Nursing at Southampton has risen to 9th in the world according to the QS World Rankings by Subject 2017 leading a group of five subject areas where the University is ranked in the top 50 globally.
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Working with European technology leaders to launch first consumer testbed for 5G technology

Publish date: 2018/2/26 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton is leading a consortium of industry pioneers to launch a 5G testbed for urban scale trials of next generation internet services across European cities.
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Astronomers find new clues regarding the mystery of ultraluminous sources of X-rays

Publish date: 2018/2/25 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
University of Southampton researchers are helping to unearth new information on extreme objects known as ultraluminous X-ray sources (ULXs).
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Earliest cave paintings were made by Neanderthals

Publish date: 2018/2/22 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Scientists have found the first major evidence that Neanderthals made cave paintings, indicating they may have had an artistic sense similar to our own.
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Palace visit for Southampton’s leading light researchers

Publish date: 2018/2/21 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A delegation from the University of Southampton has visited Buckingham Palace for ceremonies to receive the prestigious Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education.
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SETsquared partnership regains ranking as world’s top business incubator

Publish date: 2018/2/21 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The SETsquared partnership has regained its ranking as the world’s leading business incubator for its outstanding contribution to developing the next generation of UK tech entrepreneurs.
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Astronomers reveal secrets of most distant supernova ever detected

Publish date: 2018/2/20 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
An international team of astronomers led by the University of Southampton has confirmed the discovery of the most distant supernova ever detected – a huge cosmic explosion that took place 10.5 billion years ago, or three-quarters the age of the Universe itself.
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AXA Research Fund recognises Southampton expert’s contribution to responsible artificial intelligence

Publish date: 2018/2/15 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Artificial intelligence expert Dr Sarvapali (Gopal) Ramchurn from the University of Southampton has been awarded a grant from the AXA Research Fund, becoming only the second UK-based academic to ever be supported by the initiative in the field of Responsible Artificial Intelligence.
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Southampton receives major funding boost for doctoral training

Publish date: 2018/2/15 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton has just received a 20% increase in funding to support doctoral training in physical sciences, technology, engineering and mathematics over the next five years.
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