SUERC is proud to announce that we have received an Athena SWAN Bronze Award in 2019.
In a new paper* Dr Domokos Györe et al. at SUERC has used a state-of-the-art ThermoFisher ARGUS-VI to quantify 20NeH+ abundance, determine what controls its formation in mass spectrometers and the extent that it affects Ne isotope measurements.
A new study finds evidence of changing tool-use in capuchin monkeys.
A new study led by Katie Preece and Darren Mark has revealed that the British island of Ascension is an active volcano.
An international group of scientists including SUERC’s Rob Ellam have published evidence of a major explosive eruption in the Inner Hebrides.
SUERC with industry partners National Electrostatics Corp. USA and Pantechnik France have developed the first mass spectrometer for radiocarbon dating.
By looking at an ancient Martian meteorite that landed in the Sahara Desert, SUERC and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory scientists have determined how and when the red planet’s crustal topographic and geophysical divide formed.
The mystery of how an early civilisation in north-west India and Pakistan thrived without a river source may have been solved.
Researchers from University of Portsmouth, Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn, Naples and NERC Life Sciences Mass Spectrometry Facility at SUERC discover previously undocumented feeding strategy.
Analysis of Martian meteorites has uncovered 90 million years’ worth of new information about one of the red planet’s volcanoes.
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