Twelve years ago, the European Space Agency launched one of its most monumental missions to date: Rosetta.  Alongside her lander Philae, Rosetta was deployed with the goal of unpicking the night-shrouded mysteries surrounding comet topography, structure and behaviour. However, on...
UEA has partnered up with the University of Applied Sciences in Piraeus, Greece to create a new green energy supply on the island of Tilos. Tilos is one of the smallest Greek islands with a population of only 200 during...
Research published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences has claimed that life on Mars is very much possible, in light of discoveries made in the Atacama Desert. The desert, which can go decades without seeing rain, was believed...
Chloe Moore investigates the debate surrounding deep sea mining.
Chloe Moore on the Chelyabinsk meteor that exploded in Russia earlier this year.
In the 1970s scientists noted significant stratospheric ozone loss above Antarctica, but dismissed the concern with the conclusion that it was just an uncertainty. It was only in the mid-1980s that scientists took the ever-growing ozone hole as a serious...