Ray-finned fish, now the most diverse group of backboned animals, were not as hard hit by a mass extinction event 360 million years ago as previously thought.
Water Day at COP27 is an opportunity to reconsider the value of a precious resource, says Professor David Hannah.
Water security in mountain regions relies on an understanding of the interlinks of water supply and demand that goes far beyond the study of glacier melt.
Dr Melanie Griffiths, Birmingham Fellow in the School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, on an asylum system in crisis.
An exhibition marking 150 years since the opening of Lindsey County Prison, now known as Lincoln Prison, is to open at Lincoln Central Library.
A new study of a tiny Triassic fossil reptile has revealed it to be a close relative of the species that would become pterosaurs.
Policy proposals addressing our global clean air challenge have been set out by University of Birmingham experts during the Conservative Party Conference.
The first appearance of shark-like ‘jawed fish’ may have happened some 15 million years earlier than previously thought, according to new evidence.
Increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere causes trees to put more resource into developing root systems below ground.
The first comprehensive assessment of common synthetic chemicals found in UK foods has been completed by researchers at the University of Birmingham.
Dirty windows can harbour potentially harmful pollutants under films of fatty acids from cooking emissions – and these can hang around over long periods.
Molecular fossils and machine learning have enabled scientists to build the first charts of Antarctic ocean temperatures over the past 45 million years.