Analysis of Martian meteorites has uncovered 90 million years’ worth of new information about one of the red planet’s volcanoes.
Six SUERC researchers share their love of science with the greater Glasgow community at Explorathon 2017.
Potentially economic levels of helium have been discovered in gases extracted from UK coal seams by a team led by Prof. Fin Stuart, with colleagues at University of Edinburgh.
Study by researchers from the University of Glasgow and NERC’s Life Sciences Mass Spectrometry Facility at SUERC reveals reasons for drastically low breeding success.
SUERC Director, Rob Ellam, receives Honorary Professorship from Tianjin University
High precision Nd isotope measurements of proto-Iceland plume basalts from Baffin island require that enstatite chondrites were a major component of the accreting Earth.
New research shows that a volcano in northeastern Australia last erupted around 7000 years ago – and stories passed down by the Gugu Badhun Aboriginal people suggest they were there to see it happen.
SUERC student, Kieran Tierney, was awarded ‘best presentation’ at the 36th Open Meeting of the UK’s Co-ordinating Group on Environmental Radioactivity (COGER) this April.
New evidence from Lake Suigetsu (Japan) shows evidence of a bi-partition of the Younger Dryas Stadial in East Asia and implies a climatic dipole between Europe and East Asia.
SUERC placement student Marcus Boyd named runner-up in UK Young Scientist of the Year at the Big Bang Fair in Birmingham.
NERC funded research project. Testing the 'megadrought' hypothesis and its implications for human evolution.
Results show that caldera collapse attributed to a super eruption almost 40,000 years ago was smaller than what scientists expected. So what might have really happened?
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