Study reveals meteorological impact of 2015 solar eclipse

A pioneering study by the Department of Geography has revealed the meteorological impact of the 2015 UK solar eclipse across three countries.

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Scientists begin to unravel summer jet stream mystery

Scientists have discovered the cause of the recent run of miserable wet summers as they begin to unravel the mysteries of the Atlantic jet stream.

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World-leading virtual technology showcases architecture degree work

The Faculty’s School of Architecture have used cutting edge technology to launch a fully interactive, fully immersive and virtual student degree exhibition.

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Theresa May has a golden opportunity to make devolution work – but it must be progressive

Craig Berry of SPERI looks at the opportunities Theresa May has to revive struggling regional economies.

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2,300 neighbourhoods missing out despite jobs on the doorstep

New research has shown deprived areas where jobs are available ‘on the doorstep’, but people living there are unable to access them because they lack the skills to secure the work on offer.

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World class research, making a difference

As home to some of the UK's leading researchers, we are renowned for our high-quality and high-impact research. Find out about our research strengths and successes in Sustainable Growth, Inclusive Society, Wellbeing and the Life Course, Digital Society and Innovative Methods.

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