Many of us will remember the Japanese tsunami of March 2011, triggered by a massive earthquake, registering at a 9.0 magnitude of the Richter scale, and causing more than £200 billion worth of damage. The wave towered 125 feet over the...
After new observations, researchers have discovered that, when provided with them, chimpanzees can use tools spontaneously and correctly to solve problems. As a race, we often deliberate over Darwin’s theory of evolution and our biological history with apes. Partnered with the...
Professor Dylan Edwards, the Chair of Cancer Studies in UEA's School of Biological Sciences (BIO), has been awarded more than £90,000 by research charity Breast Cancer Now to investigate how people's immune systems can be used to identify and...
Scientists have detected a black hole 100,000 times bigger than the size of our sun, at the heart of the Milky Way. Using a radio telescope's intense resolution and revolutionising sensitivity called the Alma, Japanese astronomers could detect it residing...
The largest conservation charity in the country, The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, (RSPB) was founded in 1989 and is aimed towards engaging Ecology, Biology and Science students, who are interested in conserving the environment and attending...
The question of whether Hurricane Irma was caused by climate change is circulating across both mainstream and social media in the wake of the storm. However, this is the wrong question. Extreme weather including storms like Irma and Harvey have...