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University-led COVID19 drug trial expands into home testing

Publish date: 2020/5/25 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The trial of an inhaled drug that could prevent worsening of COVID19 in those most at risk is to be expanded to dose patients in the home setting.
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Oxford COVID-19 vaccine trials call for more volunteers from Southampton

Publish date: 2020/5/21 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Researchers at University Hospital Southampton (UHS) and the University of Southampton have begun recruiting new volunteers for the next two phases in human trials of a vaccine pioneered in the UK which could protect against COVID-19.
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Students and staff help make Southampton Coronavirus Mutual Aid Group a community success

Publish date: 2020/5/21 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Just before the COVID-19 pandemic began to take hold in the UK in March, a PhD student from the University of Southampton (who wishes to remain anonymous) decided to take action and established the Southampton Coronavirus Mutual Aid Group.
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Promising early results for a prototype COVID19 rapid diagnostic test

Publish date: 2020/5/21 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Researchers from the University of Southampton are exploring whether a point of care diagnostic testing approach they have developed could be used for the rapid, inexpensive testing of COVID19.
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Study links severe childhood deprivation to neuropsychological difficulties in adulthood

Publish date: 2020/5/21 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A team of researchers from the University of Southampton, the University of Bath and King’s College London have provided compelling evidence of the impact of adversity in childhood on neuropsychological functioning in adulthood. They also showed that neuropsychological difficulties may explain why early adversity is linked to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in later life.
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SPRINT support for Southampton academic on new Seraphim Space Camp Fellowship Programme

Publish date: 2020/5/20 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Physicist Dr Andrei Dragomir from the University of Southampton - founder of the Aquark Technologies start-up business - has been accepted onto the latest Seraphim Sprint Camp Fellowship Programme.
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Mysterious glowing coral reefs are fighting to recover

Publish date: 2020/5/20 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A new study by the University of Southampton has revealed why some corals exhibit a dazzling colourful display, instead of turning white, when they suffer ‘coral bleaching’ – a condition which can devastate reefs and is caused by ocean warming. The scientists behind the research think this phenomenon is a sign that corals are fighting to survive.
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Southampton scientists discover a “switch” that turns autoimmunity drugs into powerful anti-cancer treatments

Publish date: 2020/5/20 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Scientists from the Antibody and Vaccine group at the University of Southampton have discovered a way to transform antibody drugs previously developed to treat autoimmunity into antibodies with powerful anti-cancer activity through a simple molecular “switch”.
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Professor Dame Wendy Hall appointed Chair of the Ada Lovelace Institute

Publish date: 2020/5/18 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The Nuffield Foundation has announced the appointment of Professor Dame Wendy Hall as Chair of the Ada Lovelace Institute.
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Lighting the way to a healthy nation – optical ‘X-rays’ for walk through diagnosis & therapy

Publish date: 2020/5/18 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
An interdisciplinary team of Scientists from the University’s School of Chemistry, Optoelectronics Research Centre (ORC) and Faculty of Medicine have been awarded a £2.4 million grant as part of an ambitious project looking to allow for rapid detection of disease using invisible light.
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Drone successfully completes first delivery of medical equipment to the Isle of Wight

Publish date: 2020/5/12 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
On Saturday 9th May, a consignment of medical supplies became the first cargo to be carried by drone across the Solent to the Isle of Wight. The cargo was then delivered to the Pathology Department at St Marys Hospital on the island.
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International Nurses’ Day - definitely time to celebrate nursing

Publish date: 2020/5/11 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
As the world marks International Nurses’ Day – and International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife is marked throughout 2020 – it’s fitting to celebrate the anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birth 200 years ago.
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Real-time research aims to support ‘lost and anxious’ young people through COVID-19 pandemic

Publish date: 2020/5/6 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Understanding the impact of COVID-19 restrictions on young people and how they can be better supported during the pandemic is the basis of a study led by researchers at the University of Southampton.
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Solar and wind energy sites mapped globally for the first time

Publish date: 2020/5/3 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Researchers at the University of Southampton have mapped the global locations of major renewable energy sites, providing a valuable resource to help assess their potential environmental impact.
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COVID-19 - ‘a story like no other’- for Southampton graduate

Publish date: 2020/4/30 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic are likely to reverberate for months – possibly years – to come but for many, the effects have been more immediate.
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More face-shields making their way to frontline staff from Southampton

Publish date: 2020/4/30 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A researcher from the University of Southampton’s Zepler Institute for Photonics and Nanoelectronics (ZIPN) is working as part of a team of volunteers making 400 face-shields a day for the NHS and care homes.
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Future Leaders Fellowship for disruptive materials research

Publish date: 2020/4/30 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
All optical computing, next-generation memory technology, mobile phone batteries that could last a year, and discovering how the early universe was made. These transformative advances are among those a Southampton researcher is tackling through becoming the University’s next Future Leaders Fellow.
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Southampton to play leading role in fast-tracked COVID-19 treatment trial

Publish date: 2020/4/28 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Drugs to keep the most vulnerable COVID-19 patients off ventilators and save lives will be sped into large scale trials through a national initiative that sees Southampton taking a leading role.
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Rubbish piling up: the environmental impact of the COVID19 shutdown

Publish date: 2020/4/28 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Analysis by Professor Ian Williams and Anne Stringfellow from the University of Southampton and Keiron Roberts from the University of Portsmouth has highlighted the enormous impact of the COVID19 lockdown measures on waste management in the UK. Their analysis shows that with almost all household waste recycling centres closed, and the big increase in home clearances and DIY projects, there has been a reported 300% increase in reported fly-tipping in rural communities.
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Understanding deer damage is crucial when planting new forests

Publish date: 2020/4/27 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Scientists at the University of Southampton and Forest Research say understanding the risk of damage by deer to new and existing forests in Britain is crucial when considering their expansion.
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SPRINT-funded project to cut cost of diesel generation for powering mobile phone towers

Publish date: 2020/4/26 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Global Tower Solutions (GTS) has signed up to the national SPRINT business support programme to work with the University of Southampton to finalise a project that will help to reduce pollution from mobile phone tower energy production facilities.
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COVID19 lockdown hits coastal communities the hardest

Publish date: 2020/4/23 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A new study by the University of Southampton and the Centre for Towns has shown that coastal communities are likely to be most affected economically by the lockdown measures brought in as a result of the COVID19 pandemic, with former industrial towns also at risk from longer-term effects of the crisis.
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Drone trial to help Isle of Wight receive medical supplies faster during COVID19 pandemic

Publish date: 2020/4/23 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton will be taking part in a new trial looking into using drones to transport medical supplies across the Solent to support the response to the COVID19 pandemic.
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New guidance to support psychological needs of nursing staff during COVID-19 pandemic

Publish date: 2020/4/23 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Researchers from the University of Southampton and University of Surrey have developed new guidance to support the psychological and mental health needs of nursing staff at the frontline of the fight against COVID-19.
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Southampton Coronavirus Response Fund surpasses £275,000

Publish date: 2020/4/22 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton’s Coronavirus Response Fund has now raised more than £275,000 thanks to the generosity of over 900 donors.
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Toddler given the gift of hearing using remote computer link

Publish date: 2020/4/22 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Audiologists at the University of Southampton have conducted what is thought to be the first remote switch-on of a cochlear implant in the UK, allowing a young girl to hear for the first time.
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Respirator developed by University introduced on Southampton hospital's wards

Publish date: 2020/4/21 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
University Hospital Southampton has become the first healthcare provider to widely introduce a pioneering protective respirator hood, designed by researchers at the University of Southampton, for staff treating patients with COVID19.
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‘Germ Defence’ app receives COVID-19 priority funding

Publish date: 2020/4/21 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) has announced priority funding for 'Germ Defence' - the only digital behavioural infection control intervention worldwide.
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Self-employed affected most by COVID19 lockdown

Publish date: 2020/4/21 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
New research has highlighted how the lockdown measures brought in as a result of the COVID19 pandemic could increase social inequality in employment in Britain. The findings show that within the sectors most at risk, self-employed people will be most affected with women affected more than men.
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Southampton biologist opens up the natural world during COVID-19 lockdown

Publish date: 2020/4/20 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
While much of the world is experiencing some form of lockdown due to COVID-19, and human activity limiting the distance we can all travel, a University of Southampton academic has come up with a novel way to keep us all attuned to nature whilst stuck indoors.
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Smallspark collaboration will use AI to optimise aerostructure designs

Publish date: 2020/4/20 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Cardiff-based Smallspark Space Systems has signed up to the national SPRINT business support programme to access funding for a major project that will develop new software to improve the performance of its aerostructures and propulsion systems.
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University of Southampton sees Periodic Table come alive for Chemistry Week

Publish date: 2019/11/14 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton is lighting up in support of Chemistry Week (18-24 November), part of the International Year of the Periodic Table.
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Southampton and partners to become global leaders in Prosthetics and Orthotics

Publish date: 2019/11/10 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton’s expertise in prosthetics and orthotics is contributing to a new global centre of excellence aimed at meeting the accelerating demand, worldwide, for artificial limbs, braces, footwear and other devices which help people recover from injury.
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Classic feature film captured in glass in research collaboration with Microsoft

Publish date: 2019/11/7 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A pioneering research partnership between Microsoft and the University of Southampton has enabled the encoding of a classic feature film on 2mm-thick quartz glass in a powerful proof of concept for next generation cloud data storage.
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Successful project to help dizziness sufferers expands to Europe

Publish date: 2019/11/6 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
An online resource, developed by the University of Southampton and proven to help people who regularly suffer from dizziness, has expanded to the Netherlands.
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University business incubator wins global award for third time

Publish date: 2019/11/6 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The SETsquared Partnership, a unique enterprise partnership between five leading, research-led UK universities, including the University of Southampton, has been ranked the global number one university business incubator for the third consecutive time by leading research and advisory firm, UBI Global.
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Puffins making poor diet choices when the chips are down

Publish date: 2019/10/31 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A new study has shown that Britain’s puffins may struggle to adapt to changes in their North Sea feeding grounds and researchers are calling for better use of marine protection areas (MPAs) to help protect the country’s best known seabirds. Britain’s coasts support globally important populations of many species of seabird, but they face many challenges as their established habitats change.
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Monsters are no longer outsiders thanks to ‘Frankenfiction’

Publish date: 2019/10/30 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The appeal of monsters has fascinated Dr Megen de Bruin-Molé throughout her life. Now, she’s turned that fascination into a book that explores the bestselling genre of ‘Frankenfiction’ where classic literature is turned into commercial narratives invaded by zombies, vampires, werewolves and other fantastical monsters.
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£70 million initiative to personalise autoimmune, inflammation and allergy treatment

Publish date: 2019/10/29 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Southampton researchers are set to be part of an €80 million (£70 million) initiative aiming to better target treatments for the millions worldwide living with autoimmune, inflammatory or allergic diseases.
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Hampshire County Council and University of Southampton working together to share expertise

Publish date: 2019/10/28 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Applying research and evidence to practice can make good public services even better – that’s the message as Hampshire County Council and the University of Southampton embark on a brand-new collaboration to share research expertise across the two organisations.
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Scientists identify critical window for treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease

Publish date: 2019/10/28 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Neuroscientists at the University of Southampton have made a significant development in understanding how Alzheimer’s disease spreads through the brain, discovering a significant period of time where medical intervention could halt its onset.
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Abandoned shopping carts: the trillion dollar challenge

Publish date: 2019/10/28 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
With so much competition in the market, ecommerce sites consistently face one huge problem – abandoned shopping baskets. It is believed that around $4.6 trillion worth of merchandise has been left unpurchased in online shopping baskets as consumers click through to the checkout screen, then have second thoughts and leave the site.
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Southampton Professor to help find fresh ideas to transform UK food systems

Publish date: 2019/10/27 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Guy Poppy, Professor at the University of Southampton and Chief Scientific Adviser to the Food Standards Agency, has been appointed to the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) on a part-time basis as Programme Director for the recently announced Strategic Priorities Fund (SPF) Food Systems programme.
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Daylight not rain most important for Africa ‘green-up’ phenomenon

Publish date: 2019/10/24 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Contrary to popular belief, seasonal rains are not the most important factor for starting the growth cycle of plants across Africa.
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Study shows how vital coral algae adapts to warming seas

Publish date: 2019/10/23 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Scientists at the University of Southampton have shown how a specific type of symbiotic algae, which lives in coral tissue, is able to adapt and survive the hotter seawater temperatures caused by global warming.
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Southampton led consortium awarded 19 studentships in multi-million pound UK bioscience investment

Publish date: 2019/10/23 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton, leading a consortium of four other institutions, has successfully bid for 19 studentships from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC, a part of UK Research and Innovation).
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Student researching new street lighting to protect Southampton’s bats

Publish date: 2019/10/22 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Whilst many people may have spent their summer nights this year dining al fresco or relaxing in their gardens, University of Southampton student Rozel Hopkins spent most of her evenings on Southampton Common looking out for bats as part of a local conservation project she is leading.
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The secret life of Hope: Britain’s favourite Blue Whale

Publish date: 2019/10/17 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A team of scientists, led by the University of Southampton, have established the last known movements of Hope, the iconic blue whale in the Natural History Museum in London, using forensic analysis of her remains which date from 1891.
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Violent flaring revealed at the heart of a black hole system

Publish date: 2019/10/10 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
An international team of astronomers, led by the University of Southampton, have used state-of-the-art cameras to create a high frame-rate movie of a growing black hole system at a level of detail never seen before. In the process they uncovered new clues to understanding the immediate surroundings of these enigmatic objects. The scientists publish their work in a new paper in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.
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New research grant to combine computational chemistry and robots

Publish date: 2019/10/10 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A research project led by The University of Southampton that will combine computational chemistry and robots to discover new materials has been awarded a highly coveted grant of ten million euros.
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Wheelchair users scale Ethiopian mountain on student-designed handcycle

Publish date: 2019/10/10 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
In an extraordinary tale of perseverance and ingenuity, a unique handcycle designed and built by graduates of the University of Southampton has reached the summit of Ethiopia’s tallest mountain.
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Major refurbishment announced for NST Campus

Publish date: 2019/10/7 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton has announced it is planning a major refurbishment of the Nuffield Theatre, home to NST Campus, at Highfield. This will be the most comprehensive renovation of the campus theatre since it opened more than fifty years ago.
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Global visionaries from Southampton awarded funding to advance emerging technologies

Publish date: 2019/10/6 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Two world-leading academics from the University of Southampton have been awarded Chairs in Emerging Technologies by the Royal Academy of Engineering (RAEng) to support their disruptive innovations.
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University and Shell open new research centre for a cleaner shipping industry

Publish date: 2019/10/2 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton and Shell Shipping & Maritime have launched the Centre for Maritime Futures which will bring together university and industry partners to transform the energy shipping industry to be safer, cleaner and more efficient.
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New 3D imaging technology maps Scottish coral reefs

Publish date: 2019/10/2 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Newly developed 3D imaging technology has allowed scientists to map an area of cold-water coral reefs off the coast of Scotland to see whether it has recovered since being declared a Marine Protected Area 16 years ago. The images show that in areas of the Darwin Mounds that had been heavily trawled, coral growth is still very sparse, and there has been no real re-colonisation. However, healthy coral growth was found in parts that had only been minimally damaged by bottom trawling, indicating that marine conservation measures are most effective when they are put in place before damage occurs. The team also discovered a large amount of plastic waste snagged on the coral.
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Rare British lizard is back in the wild

Publish date: 2019/10/1 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A student from the University of Southampton, working as part of a conservation team from Marwell Wildlife, has released 80 rare, juvenile sand lizards into an area of heathland near Farnborough in Hampshire – the last group of 240 of the reptiles to be reintroduced to the area.
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New President and Vice-Chancellor starts at University

Publish date: 2019/9/30 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Professor Mark E. Smith has officially started in his new role of President and Vice-Chancellor of the University, taking over from Professor Mark Spearing who has held the position on an interim basis since March.
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Tiny plankton slow to recover after dinosaur killing asteroid collision

Publish date: 2019/9/26 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A team of scientists have revealed that after the devastation caused by a mass extinction event on Earth 66 million years ago, the plankton at the base of the ocean ecosystem were disrupted for nearly two million years. It then took a further eight million years for global species numbers to fully recover.
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University to be at the centre of developing Britain’s infrastructure

Publish date: 2019/9/26 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton will continue to lead the way in shaping the future of the UK’s major infrastructure with the opening of the National Infrastructure Laboratory on its Boldrewood innovation campus.
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Artwork creates a ‘buzz’ at Winchester Cathedral

Publish date: 2019/9/25 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Staff and students at the University of Southampton’s Winchester School of Art (WSA), together with other young people and local residents, have made a giant bee from used plastic water bottles and other recycled material to raise awareness of environmental issues.
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Southampton remains in top 20 of Good University Guide

Publish date: 2019/9/24 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton has been ranked 20th in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020.
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Coastal communities highly threatened by rising sea-levels, even with climate change mitigation

Publish date: 2019/9/19 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
An international group of scientists have urgently called on world leaders to accelerate efforts to tackle climate change.
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Two Southampton researchers selected as ‘Future Leaders’

Publish date: 2019/9/19 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Two researchers from the University of Southampton have each been awarded a prestigious fellowship.
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Signing up to a stronger relationship with Dstl

Publish date: 2019/9/16 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton has signed a strategic relationship agreement with the Government’s Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) to forge a stronger working partnership.
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Children and young people at the heart of Connecting Culture in Southampton

Publish date: 2019/9/16 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Children and young people from across Southampton will be at the heart of a new ground-breaking project focused on addressing the question of how the city’s thriving Cultural Quarter can enrich the lives of those aged five to 25.
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Clean Air Champions appointed to spearhead major programme tackling air pollution

Publish date: 2019/6/19 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Two University of Southampton academics have been appointed as inaugural Clean Air Champions as part of an ambitious new programme to improve air quality in the UK.
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Research shows poor awareness amongst women of alcohol’s role in breast cancer

Publish date: 2019/6/18 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Women’s awareness of alcohol’s role in boosting breast cancer risk is poor, indicates research led by Professor Julia Sinclair in the University's Faculty of Medicine.
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Southampton confirms global top 100 status in World University Ranking

Publish date: 2019/6/18 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton has maintained its place amongst the world’s top 100 universities after placing 97th overall in the QS World University Rankings 2020, published today (Wednesday, 19 June).
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Exhibition celebrates women’s role in research and teaching

Publish date: 2019/6/17 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Eye-catching artwork which highlights the important role women play in the world of academia will be shown at the University of Southampton’s John Hansard Gallery.
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Low cost pollution sensors could help improve air quality in Southampton

Publish date: 2019/6/17 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Over the past year, scientists at the University of Southampton have deployed low-cost air pollution sensors in Southampton, laying the foundations for the longer term aim of improving our understanding of local air pollution levels with the help of volunteers across the city.
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Boaty McBoatface’s debut outing sheds new light on the warming ocean abyss

Publish date: 2019/6/16 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The first mission involving the autonomous submarine vehicle Autosub Long Range (better known as “Boaty McBoatface”) has for the first time shed light on a key process linking increasing Antarctic winds to rising sea temperatures. Data collected from the expedition, published today in the scientific journal PNAS, will help climate scientists build more accurate predictions of the effects of climate change on rising sea levels.
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Strategies to adapt to climate change need to look at current events as well as predictions

Publish date: 2019/6/16 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A group of international scientists, including a team from the University of Southampton, have today published their research arguing that current assessments of climate change risks need to take into account what is already being experienced rather than rely only on modelled predictions.
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True age of mysterious Scottish ‘artificial islands’ revealed

Publish date: 2019/6/13 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Archaeologists from the University of Southampton, working with colleagues at the University of Reading and local archaeologist Chris Murray, have discovered that some Scottish ‘crannogs’ date to the Neolithic period – far earlier than previously assumed.
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Archaeologists find Roman dockworkers diets reflect decline of the Empire

Publish date: 2019/6/12 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Analysis of plant, animal and human remains from Portus, the maritime port of Imperial Rome, has revealed for the first time the diet of its inhabitants and an apparent shift in food resources as the Roman Empire tipped into decline.
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No misconceptions about Graphic Arts student’s passion for art

Publish date: 2019/6/12 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
It’s clear when speaking to art student Albert Marealle that he’s VERY passionate about his art.
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Innovative LifeLab project to improve the health of young people hits major milestone

Publish date: 2019/6/11 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
An innovative education programme that teaches young people about the science behind health messages to improve children’s health has welcomed its 10,000th student to the project.
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New Vice-Chancellor awarded CBE in Queen’s Birthday Honours

Publish date: 2019/6/9 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The next Vice-Chancellor of the University of Southampton, Professor Mark E Smith, has been awarded a CBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours 2019.
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Southampton strikes the right chord to rank first in the UK for Music

Publish date: 2019/6/6 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton has ranked number one in the UK for Music in the 2020 Guardian University Guide published today (Friday 7 June).
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New Report Card could mark Governments’ progress in improving preconception health

Publish date: 2019/6/6 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Researchers, including a group from the University of Southampton, say action for healthier pregnancies and babies means increasing intake of vitamins, being free of smoking and alcohol and keeping to a healthy diet and weight before conception.
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Eye experts first in UK to use precision laser to split corneal tissue

Publish date: 2019/6/5 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Eye experts in Southampton are the first in the UK to use a new surgical laser that can split corneal tissue in two – potentially doubling the number of patients who could benefit from sight-saving transplants.
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Southampton researchers part of new international centre to develop intelligent devices

Publish date: 2019/6/4 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Researchers from the University of Southampton will be at the forefront of developing pioneering approaches to embed machine learning in electronic devices as part of a new £1.2M International Centre funded by the EPSRC.
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Indian High Commissioner on campus to celebrate 150th anniversary of Gandhi's birth

Publish date: 2019/6/4 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The Indian High Commissioner to the UK, Her Excellency Mrs Ruchi Ghanashyam, visited the University of Southampton on 5th June to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the birth of Mahatma Gandhi which is in October this year.
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New 360 Degree immersive video of University Professor performing cancer surgery

Publish date: 2019/5/23 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
New technology has allowed the public to immerse themselves in a cancer operating theatre by filming a complex operation performed by Professor Tim Underwood in 360 Degrees.
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Study predicts shift to smaller animals over next century

Publish date: 2019/5/21 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Researchers at the University of Southampton have forecast a worldwide move towards smaller birds and mammals over the next 100 years.
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Revolutionising care for prostate cancer patients

Publish date: 2019/5/20 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
An innovative new digital model of follow-up care for prostate cancer allows patients to see test results online as soon as they become available, after a report was published in BMC Cancer.
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Unprecedented nature of extreme flooding in North West England revealed

Publish date: 2019/5/20 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A new study of UK lake sediment records stretching back over several centuries has found that the floods that hit Northern England in 2009 and 2015 (Storm Desmond), were the largest in 600 years – pointing to the impact of climate change on the frequency and magnitude of extreme events.
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New website to tackle feelings of shame and guilt about feeding babies

Publish date: 2019/5/20 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Professor of Philosophy Fiona Woollard has been to Parliament to launch her new website aimed at resolving the difficulties many families encounter when it comes to talking about how they feed their babies.
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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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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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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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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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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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