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Auditory Implant Service wins award to expand telemedicine project

Publish date: 2017/10/19 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A team from University of Southampton Auditory Implant Service has been selected to be part of a £3.5 million improvement programme by independent charity the Health Foundation.
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University appoints major industry leader as Pro-Chancellor

Publish date: 2017/10/19 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton has announced the appointment of Colin Smith as Pro-Chancellor.
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Eating better throughout adult years improves physical fitness in old age, suggests study

Publish date: 2017/10/18 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
People who have a healthier diet throughout their adult lives are more likely to be stronger and fitter in older age than those who don’t, according to a new study led by the University of Southampton.
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Scientific Ocean Drilling Expedition explores continental rift development in Greece

Publish date: 2017/10/18 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A University of Southampton expert in tectonics is helping to lead a major investigation in one of the most seismically active areas in Europe.
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Gravitational waves produced by colliding neutron stars detected for the first time

Publish date: 2017/10/15 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Scientists have directly detected gravitational waves — ripples in space and time — in addition to light from the spectacular collision of two neutron stars. This marks the first time that a cosmic event has been viewed in both gravitational waves and light.
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Southampton Professor calls for UK to make the most of its AI capability

Publish date: 2017/10/15 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Experts from industry and academia have unveiled ambitious new proposals as part of a major review for how Government, academia and industry can work together to grow the UK’s burgeoning Artificial Intelligence (AI) industry and increase use of AI right across the economy.
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Diverse strains of Chlamydia found in student area of Southampton

Publish date: 2017/10/11 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
An area of Southampton known to have a high student population has been found to have more diverse strains of Chlamydia.
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New cancer research centre closer to reality

Publish date: 2017/10/9 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton’s campaign to build a new centre dedicated to cancer immunology research has entered its final phase thanks to a major gift.
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New £65m national institution for battery research will draw on University expertise

Publish date: 2017/10/3 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton has been named as one of seven UK universities that will lead pioneering research into the next generation of battery technology as part of a new £65m national institution.
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Southampton congratulates US Nobel Prize winners

Publish date: 2017/10/2 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Mathematical Sciences at the University of Southampton is celebrating the award of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics to three US scientists for their leading role in the development of gravitational wave theory and experimentation.
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Experimental drug trial seeks to improve treatment for lymphoma

Publish date: 2017/8/10 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Patients with a common type of fast-growing cancer are being given fresh hope in a new clinical trial.
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Going below the surface

Publish date: 2017/8/9 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
For centuries, humans have been drawn to the sea - as a source of food, a means of transportation and an enigma that has captured the imagination.
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Chancellor Dame Helen Alexander

Publish date: 2017/8/6 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
University of Southampton President and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir Christopher Snowden, has paid tribute to Dame Helen Alexander following the announcement of her death. Dame Helen, who was 60, had been Chancellor of the University since 2011.
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Study highlights complex causes of Maldives flooding

Publish date: 2017/8/6 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The causes of coastal flooding in the Maldives are more complex than previously thought, according to a new study from the University of Southampton.
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£2m to help reduce deaths from road accidents

Publish date: 2017/8/1 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton has been awarded nearly £2m to research and help reduce the high number of fatalities from road traffic accidents in low and middle-income countries (LMICs).
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Climate change could put rare bat species at greater risk

Publish date: 2017/8/1 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
An endangered bat species with a UK population of less than 1,000 could be further threatened by the effects of global warming, according to a new study led by the University of Southampton.
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Sea ice decline could weaken ocean currents of the North Atlantic

Publish date: 2017/7/31 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Arctic ice loss could lead to harsher winters and stormier weather in Europe because of its impact on Atlantic ocean currents, warn the authors of a new study led by the University of Southampton.
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Doctors develop pioneering nose drop to help fight meningitis

Publish date: 2017/7/31 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Doctors in Southampton have pioneered the development of a nose drop containing a type of ‘friendly’ bacteria that could help prevent meningitis and other infections.
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Goals in sight for Southampton’s international football graduate

Publish date: 2017/7/27 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton’s graduating class of 2017 featured one graduate who has her future goals firmly in sight.
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Competition success puts University one step closer to satellite launch

Publish date: 2017/7/26 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton has won the backing of the European Space Agency (ESA) in its bid to put its own student-built satellite into orbit.
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Researchers drill deep to understand why the Sumatra earthquake was so severe

Publish date: 2017/5/29 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
An international team of scientists has found evidence suggesting the dehydration of minerals deep below the ocean floor influenced the severity of the Sumatra earthquake, which took place on December 26, 2004.
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Southampton experts develop computer hand model to improve finger joint surgery

Publish date: 2017/5/25 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Clinicians and researchers in Southampton are leading a pioneering study into the use of computer-generated hand models to help improve the success of joint surgery for patients with arthritis.
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Drinking more coffee could reduce liver cancer risk, suggests study

Publish date: 2017/5/24 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Drinking more coffee could reduce the risk of developing the most common form of primary liver cancer, according to a study led by the University of Southampton.
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Lonely students at greater risk of mental health problems, study finds

Publish date: 2017/5/23 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Students who feel lonely are at greater risk of developing mental health problems, according to a new study led by the University of Southampton.
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Southampton scientists mark 10 years since reaching Everest summit

Publish date: 2017/5/22 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
On 23 May 2007 at the summit of Mount Everest a small team of exhausted Southampton doctors and scientists jabbed their own femoral arteries to take blood samples, sparking a decade of ground-breaking discoveries of how low oxygen levels affect the body.
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World-leading watercress from University research to feature at Chelsea Flower Show

Publish date: 2017/5/21 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
“We are leading the only watercress breeding programme, globally, developing new watercress that has improved anti-cancer properties with less impact on the environment” - Professor Gail Taylor, research leader in Plant and Sustainability Science
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New trial to fight cancer caused by asbestos

Publish date: 2017/5/18 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Patients with a hard-to-treat type of cancer are being given new hope in a new clinical trial.
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Drug improves survival of patients with rare cancer by almost a quarter

Publish date: 2017/5/17 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Patients who take capecitabine after surgery for bile duct cancer live for almost a year and a half longer than those not given the drug, according to the results of a Cancer Research UK funded trial, led by the University of Southampton.
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Southampton graduate contributes to TV’s ‘moment of the year’

Publish date: 2017/5/14 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
University of Southampton graduate Tom Crowley is enjoying the double success of the BBC’s much-heralded Planet Earth II after the nature programme scooped two awards at this year’s British Academy Television Awards.
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Southampton surgeon awarded £1.4m for ground-breaking research into oesophageal cancer

Publish date: 2017/5/11 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A University of Southampton surgeon has been awarded £1.4m from Cancer Research UK to carry out potentially ground-breaking research into oesophageal cancer.
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Early epigenetic switches associated with childhood bone health

Publish date: 2017/5/9 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The health of children’s bones could be determined before they are born, a new University of Southampton study has shown.
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Interactive website helps to reduce dizziness

Publish date: 2017/5/8 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
An interactive website developed by health psychology and primary care researchers at the University of Southampton has been shown to reduce dizziness amongst adults aged 50 and above.
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Sea levels could rise by more than three metres, shows new study

Publish date: 2017/4/24 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Global sea levels could rise by more than three metres – over half a metre more than previously thought – this century alone, according to a new study co-authored by a University of Southampton scientist.
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New regulations for composite materials worth billions of pounds to UK industry

Publish date: 2017/4/24 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A new report published by the University of Southampton calls for industry and government to work closely together to put an end to the constraints that currently inhibit the growth and use of composite materials in Marine, Rail, Oil & Gas, and Construction.
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Risk of obesity influenced by changes in our genes

Publish date: 2017/4/24 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A child’s risk of obesity as they grow up can be influenced by modifications to their DNA prior to birth, a new University of Southampton study has shown.
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Study highlights deadliest effects of hypothetical asteroid strike

Publish date: 2017/4/23 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Violent winds and shockwaves would account for more than 60 per cent of lives lost if an asteroid were to hit the Earth, according to a new University of Southampton-led study.
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Scientists unlock ‘golden’ secret to help boost PVC industry

Publish date: 2017/4/20 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A University of Southampton scientist has helped unlock the secret of a gold-based catalyst used to produce a key component of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) – the world’s third most widely used plastic.
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Southampton researchers use heart drug to treat eye disease in groundbreaking study

Publish date: 2017/4/19 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Researchers in Southampton are leading a groundbreaking study into whether or not a drug used to treat heart failure could save the sight of patients with a currently untreatable eye condition.
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London Stock Exchange welcomes University to celebrate successful bond issue

Publish date: 2017/4/11 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton has today opened the market at the London Stock Exchange to mark the university’s recent successful £300m public bond issue.
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New Europe-wide data accelerator launched

Publish date: 2017/4/11 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A new European-funded project, led by the University of Southampton, is to bring together established businesses and start-ups to meet today’s challenges with data.
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Enterprising Southampton students book return to Enactus World Cup

Publish date: 2017/4/11 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Enactus Southampton will make a welcome return to the Enactus World Cup after winning the 2017 UK national final at ExCeL London.
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Southampton chemistry partnership opens new opportunities for innovation

Publish date: 2017/4/10 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton has been welcomed as the sixth academic partner of the Knowledge Centre for Materials Chemistry (KCMC), a centre of expertise that brings together leading-edge academic research facilities, knowledge and expertise in applied materials chemistry.
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Researchers develop novel flu test to speed up respiratory treatment

Publish date: 2017/4/4 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Doctors and researchers in Southampton have developed a novel way of using a swab test which can rapidly diagnose flu and other viral infections in patients with severe respiratory conditions – resulting in shorter courses of antibiotics and less time in hospital.
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Future CO2 and climate warming potentially unprecedented in 420 million years

Publish date: 2017/4/4 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
New research led by the University of Southampton suggests that, over the next 100 to 200 years, carbon dioxide concentrations in the Earth’s atmosphere will head towards values not seen since the Triassic period, 200 million years ago. Furthermore, by the 23rd century, the climate could reach a warmth not seen in 420 million years.
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Smart innovation offers hope for troubled home care industry

Publish date: 2017/4/3 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A digital platform that could save the crisis-hit home care industry millions a year is being developed by the University of Southampton in partnership with local technology company NquiringMinds and Southampton City Council.
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University of Southampton today announces the issue of £300 million 2.25% bonds due 2057

Publish date: 2017/4/3 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
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Archaeological evidence throws light on efforts to resist ‘the living dead’

Publish date: 2017/4/2 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A new scientific study of medieval human bones, excavated from a deserted English village, suggests the corpses they came from were burnt and mutilated. Researchers from the University of Southampton and Historic England believe this was carried out by villagers who believed that it would stop the corpses rising from their graves and menacing the living.
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Scientists highlight Antarctic ice upheaval in response to prehistoric climate change

Publish date: 2017/3/27 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A team of scientists led by the University of Southampton has found that the Antarctic ice cap underwent dramatic cycles of expansion and melt-back millions of years ago when carbon dioxide levels were similar to those experienced today.
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New study to see if different types of milk feed help protect premature babies from life-threatening bowel condition NEC

Publish date: 2017/3/26 16:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Researchers at the University of Southampton and the University of Oxford are to study which milk feeds could help protect premature babies from a life-threatening bowel condition called necrotising enterocolitis (NEC).
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Molecular ‘treasure maps’ to help discover new materials

Publish date: 2017/3/22 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Scientists at the University of Southampton working with colleagues at the University of Liverpool have developed a new method which has the potential to revolutionise the way we search for, design and produce new materials.
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Star discovered in closest known orbit around likely black hole

Publish date: 2017/3/19 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A group of astronomers, including a team from the University of Southampton, have found evidence of a star that whips around a black hole about twice an hour. This may be the tightest orbital dance ever witnessed for a likely black hole and a companion star.
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Lab-on-a-chip will help give better understanding of liver function

Publish date: 2017/3/16 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A new collaborative project led by researchers at the University of Southampton will take a novel approach towards a systemic understanding of liver function and disease based on integrated tissue slice culture and nuclear magnetic resonance metabolomics.
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Natural measures to prevent floods valuable, but not ‘a silver bullet’

Publish date: 2017/3/15 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Natural measures to manage flooding from rivers can play a valuable role in flood prevention, but a lack of monitoring means their true potential remains unclear, say a team of UK researchers, led by the University of Oxford and including the University of Southampton.
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Half a million pounds to help maximise student success

Publish date: 2017/3/14 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton has been awarded over half a million pounds to help improve assessment and feedback for students as part of a Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) programme aimed at addressing differences in student outcomes.
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Risk of rapid North Atlantic cooling this century greater than previously thought

Publish date: 2017/3/9 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A study by scientists at the University of Southampton has found there is a 50 per cent probability of rapid cooling of the North Atlantic during the 21st century. Previous projections suggested that, if cooling takes place, it will be over a much longer period of time.
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Boaty McBoatface submersible prepares to dive into the abyss on first Antarctic mission

Publish date: 2017/3/9 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Boaty McBoatface is joining ocean scientists from the University of Southampton and British Antarctic Survey (BAS) on an expedition to study some of the deepest and coldest abyssal ocean waters on earth – known as Antarctic Bottom Water (AABW) – and how they affect climate change.
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Asthmatics less able to fight off flu

Publish date: 2017/3/8 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
People with asthma are likely to have worse symptoms when they get the flu because they have weaker immune systems, new Southampton research has shown.
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Study sheds new light on how species extinction affects complex ecosystems

Publish date: 2017/3/2 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Research by the University of Southampton has found that methods used to predict the effect of species extinction on ecosystems could be producing inaccurate results. This is because current thinking assumes that when a species vanishes, its role within an environment is lost too.
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Women’s stress levels before pregnancy could influence risk of eczema in their future children

Publish date: 2017/2/26 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Infants whose mothers who felt stressed before they fell pregnant had a higher risk of eczema at age 12 months, new Southampton research has shown.
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Receiving the gift of sound

Publish date: 2017/2/23 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
To mark International Cochlear Implant Day 2017 comes news of the first couple to receive their implants together – a first for Southampton
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Deprivation in early childhood can affect mental health in adulthood

Publish date: 2017/2/22 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Experiencing severe deprivation and neglect in childhood can have a lasting psychological impact into early adulthood, according to a unique study conducted at the University of Southampton, which has followed the mental health of a group of children adopted from Romanian institutions to UK families in the 1990s.
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UK government plan to prevent child obesity is “severely limited”, argue experts

Publish date: 2017/2/20 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A University of Southampton academic has called into question the UK government’s action plan to reduce childhood obesity.
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New study to predict and prevent asthma

Publish date: 2017/2/19 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Southampton scientists are to delve deeper into the mechanisms behind what causes asthma.
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Antibiotics could be alternative to surgery as treatment for appendicitis

Publish date: 2017/2/16 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A study by researchers at the University of Southampton shows that antibiotics may be an effective treatment for acute non-complicated appendicitis in children, instead of surgery.
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Suffering and loss in the English Civil Wars

Publish date: 2017/2/9 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
One of the bloodiest moments in the history of England will be investigated in a new online project examining the human cost of the country’s Civil Wars.
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Being ‘active’ and ‘engaged’ boosts wellbeing in later life

Publish date: 2017/2/7 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A new ‘index’ developed by Age UK and the University of Southampton has found that taking part in social activities has the most direct influence on improving a person’s wellbeing in later life.
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Mobile phone and satellite data to map poverty

Publish date: 2017/2/7 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
An international team has, for the first time, developed a way of combining anonymised data from mobile phones and satellite imagery data to create high resolution maps to measure poverty.
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Researchers use tiny 3D spheres to combat tuberculosis

Publish date: 2017/2/6 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Researchers at the University of Southampton have developed a new 3D system to study human infection in the laboratory.
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Scientists reveal potential way of boosting immune system’s memory to fight cancer

Publish date: 2017/1/30 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Scientists from the University of Southampton have discovered an important way that the immune system can learn to recognise and fight cancers.
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Study reveals substantial evidence of holographic universe

Publish date: 2017/1/30 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A UK, Canadian and Italian study has provided what researchers believe is the first observational evidence that our universe could be a vast and complex hologram.
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Scientists unravel the process of meltwater in ocean depths

Publish date: 2017/1/30 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
An international team of researchers has discovered why fresh water, melted from Antarctic ice sheets, is often detected below the surface of the ocean, rather than rising to the top above denser seawater.
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Southampton researchers use high energy X-rays to peer beneath the obscuring skin of growing black holes

Publish date: 2017/1/29 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Astronomers at the University of Southampton are using X-ray vision to reveal supermassive black holes hidden beneath thick veils of interstellar gas in our cosmic neighbourhood.
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National Cipher Challenge celebrates record entries

Publish date: 2017/1/15 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Over 7,500 pupils from 800 schools across the UK have taken part in this year’s National Cipher Challenge, nearly doubling last year’s numbers.
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Southampton scientists set to get £8.2 million boost for cancer research

Publish date: 2017/1/11 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Southampton scientists and doctors are set to receive a multi-million pound cash injection from Cancer Research UK to fund ground-breaking work in the city.
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UK’s digital minister praises innovation of Future Worlds incubator

Publish date: 2017/1/10 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Matt Hancock, the Minister of State for Digital and Culture Policy, has applauded the University of Southampton’s Future Worlds startup incubator for its presence at the forefront of UK startup technologies at the recent Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
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‘Housekeepers’ of the brain renew themselves more quickly than first thought

Publish date: 2017/1/9 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Cells in the brain responsible for detecting and fixing minor damage renew themselves more quickly than previously thought, new research has shown.
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Southampton honours President of NTU Singapore during winter graduation

Publish date: 2016/12/21 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton has awarded an Honorary Doctorate to Professor Bertil Andersson, President and Vice-Chancellor of Nanyang Technological University (NTU), during its 2016 Winter Graduation ceremonies.
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Arctic lakes thawing earlier each year

Publish date: 2016/12/18 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Scientists from the University of Southampton have found Arctic lakes, covered with ice during the winter months, are melting earlier each spring.
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Exciting new creatures discovered on ocean floor

Publish date: 2016/12/14 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Scientists at the University of Southampton have discovered six new animal species in undersea hot springs 2.8 kilometres deep in the southwest Indian Ocean.
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The world’s wet regions are getting wetter and the dry regions are getting drier

Publish date: 2016/12/14 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Research from the University of Southampton has provided robust evidence that wet regions of the earth are getting wetter and dry regions are getting drier but it is happening at a slower rate than previously thought.
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Researchers study potential vaccine to prevent head and neck cancer

Publish date: 2016/12/14 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Researchers in Southampton and Malaysia are set to launch a pioneering study that could lead to the development of a vaccine to prevent head and neck cancer.
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Woodrow Kernohan appointed Director of the John Hansard Gallery

Publish date: 2016/12/13 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton and the John Hansard Gallery have announced that Woodrow Kernohan, Director and CEO of EVA International will succeed Professor Stephen Foster as Director of the John Hansard Gallery.
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Jersey was a must-see tourist destination for Neanderthals for over 100,000 years

Publish date: 2016/12/11 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
New research led by the University of Southampton shows Neanderthals kept coming back to a coastal cave site in Jersey from at least 180,000 years ago until around 40,000 years ago.
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Most UK coastal flooding caused by moderate, not extreme storms

Publish date: 2016/12/6 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Scientists at the University of Southampton have found that the majority of instances of coastal flooding around the United Kingdom in the last 100 years have been due to moderate storm events combined with high spring tides, rather than extreme storms.
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New research suggests doctors’ burnout should be treated as organisation-wide problem

Publish date: 2016/12/5 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Current approaches to dealing with burnouts in doctors on an individual case-by-case basis is not effective and the issue should instead be tackled with organisation-wide initiatives, according to researchers at the University of Manchester and the University of Southampton.
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New cancer drug shows promise in helping patients with blood cancer

Publish date: 2016/12/4 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
A drug, which has been developed from the results of cancer immunology research at the University of Southampton, has been showed to reduce the risk of follicular lymphoma progression.
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Politics researchers pick up prestigious award

Publish date: 2016/12/1 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Politics academics at the University of Southampton are part of a winning team to receive the Democratic Innovation Award at the Political Studies Association (PSA) Annual Awards in Westminster.
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Being part of a community group could protect you from cognitive decline

Publish date: 2016/12/1 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Social engagement through civic group activities is associated with better cognitive function at age 50, according to a study by researchers at the University of Southampton.
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‘Chariot’ on course to deliver healthier homes and lower energy bills

Publish date: 2016/11/30 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Successful trials of CharIoT, a unique new system that simultaneously records temperature, humidity and energy use in the home, have opened the way for low-income households to save money while reducing risks to their health.
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New insight into why leukaemia drug is successful

Publish date: 2016/11/30 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Researchers at the University of Southampton have shed new light on why and how a new class of drug is effective at fighting off leukaemia.
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Southampton demonstrates world-leading research to Royal visitor

Publish date: 2016/11/30 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton has demonstrated its world-leading expertise in engineering, electronics and optoelectronics during a visit by His Royal Highness The Duke of Kent.
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Honorary degree awarded to President of China’s Xiamen University

Publish date: 2016/11/27 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
The University of Southampton has conferred an honorary Doctor of Science on Professor Zhu Chongshi, President of Xiamen University, China.
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Human cells with a ‘built-in circuit’ help prevent tumour growth

Publish date: 2016/11/23 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Researchers at the University of Southampton have engineered cells with a ‘built-in genetic circuit’ that produces a molecule that inhibits the ability of tumours to survive and grow in their low oxygen environment.
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New understanding of protective protein in fight against harmful bacteria

Publish date: 2016/11/22 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Research from the University of Southampton, in collaboration with colleagues at A*STAR in Singapore, has provided new understanding of a protein which plays an important role in protecting bacterial cells associated with harmful infections.
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Alzheimer’s disease proteins could be at fault for leading cause of vision loss among older people

Publish date: 2016/11/17 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Research from the University of Southampton gives new insight into possible causes of Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD), a leading cause of vision loss among people aged 50 and older.
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Pioneering Southampton researchers receive £9m funding boost

Publish date: 2016/11/17 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Researchers in Southampton have been awarded £9.2 million to continue leading and participating in groundbreaking clinical trials.
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Replacing professional nurses with nursing assistants linked to heightened death risk

Publish date: 2016/11/15 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Replacing professionally qualified nurses with lower skilled nursing assistants is linked to a heightened risk of patient death, as well as other indicators of poor quality care, reveals a large European study, published online in the journal BMJ Quality & Safety.
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New hope given to women struggling to conceive

Publish date: 2016/11/13 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Southampton researchers have found new insight into why some women have difficulty falling pregnant.
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Living with dementia: an honest account

Publish date: 2016/11/6 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Jan Gollop writes about her experiences of caring for her late husband Terry, during his battle with dementia.
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New understanding of rip currents could help to save lives

Publish date: 2016/11/6 17:00 Posted by home-news-feed
Research by the Universities of Southampton and Plymouth has found a new link between breaking waves and the hazard posed by rip currents.
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