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New ‘missing link’ between dinosaurs and birds
Archaeopteryx has become one of the most famous fossil discoveries in Palaeontology.
Bird-like lungs may have helped dinosaurs thrive
Dinosaurs could thrive and survive in Earth’s prehistoric, oxygen-thin atmosphere.
Volcanic ash impact on air travel could be reduced
Manchester-based Volcanologists could help reduce the health risks and travel impacts of ash plumes.
SEES-Sudanese collaboration for SALTAX expedition
SEES has contributed to a marine expedition to the deep waters of the Red Sea.
SEES asks 'what's in your water?' at Manchester carnival
SEES staff exhibited river organisms as part of Blastfest at Manchester Caribbean Carnival.
SEES delivers water quality workshops in Myanmar
Staff from the School recently visited Myanmar to educate on freshwater ecology.
University and Chester Zoo join to fight global extinction
The University has teamed up with the UK’s number one zoo to help prevent the extinction of threatened species.
Ancient meteorites shed light on early Solar System
Organic matter found in meteorites may provide clues to understanding early Earth life.
Heatwave and climate change having negative impact on soil
Scientists say that the recent heatwave and drought could be having a negative effect on soil.
Funding secured for new SEES social responsibility initiatives
Staff in the School have secured funding for four exciting social responsibility projects.
British Isles buried under ice 2.5 million years ago
The British Isles were submerged under an ice sheet over a million years earlier than previously thought.
4D scanning predicts behaviour of volcanoes
Scientists are using 4D technology to predict the behaviour of lava flows and its implications for volcanic eruptions.
Manchester PhD student sets off on Arctic voyage
A PhD student will join a full-month long expedition to measure the impact of climate change on marine life.
Scientists train spider to jump on demand
Scientists have unlocked the secrets of how some predatory spiders catch their prey while hunting.