“The background to what has become ‘our time’ is not only climate change, but massive shifts in sea level and the outlines of the continents.”
“We recently watched a television programme which we had recorded, called ‘The Secret Life of Ice’.”
Digitising ocean technologies and data collection is providing new insights into the health of our seas.
A clutch of Massospondylus carinatus eggs from the Jurassic of South Africa (credit: Brett Eloff) Text by Steve Drury
“It might be said, what does the name matter? It’s only a label. But my response would be that identity is crucial to knowing. The name is also a gateway to a world of knowledge. “
“So, how did these graceful beasts fly?”
“We hope to create a diagnostic test that can quickly and effectively identify COVID-19 in individuals.” Professor Mirela Delibegovic
“At the end of the day if you are leading a country you make choices. You don’t follow the science , you make decisions based upon it .”
The researchers found that when hermit crabs were exposed to microplastics, they were less likely to later touch or enter high-quality shells.
The projects cover a range of research from new methods of testing to exploring wellbeing and the impact of social distancing.