College of Life and Environmental Sciences

We are dedicated to exploring the diversity and evolutionary challenges of life in all its forms. Across the breadth of life and environmental sciences, we discover, apply and translate science, forging major advances in human and environmental health. From exercise, biomedicine and mental health to climate change, food security and resilience we combine original thinking and real-world experience with clear focus and rigour.  
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Epitranscriptomics determines the topography and dynamics of modifications in RNA

Epitranscriptomics determines the topography and dynamics of modifications in RNA
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The new field of epitranscriptomics determines the topography and dynamics of modifications in RNA; new research by Dr Matthias Soller and Dr Rupert Fray
Date:
18 March 2019

Global analysis of billions of Wikipedia searches reveals a treasure trove of biodiversity secrets

Global analysis of billions of Wikipedia searches reveals a treasure trove of biodiversity secrets
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An international team of researchers has found that the way in which people use the internet is tied to patterns and rhythms in the natural world.
Date:
08 March 2019

Chatterpies, haggisters and ninuts could help children love conservation

Chatterpies, haggisters and ninuts could help children love conservation
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Weaving stories and intriguing names into children's education about the natural world could help to engage them with species' conservation messages, new research shows.
Date:
08 March 2019

Young people care about climate change – teachers need to engage with that passion

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Today's school students will be the ones who must reverse climate change, cope with it as best they can, or experience its consequences. Professor Jeremy Pritchard writes for The Conversation.
Date:
06 March 2019

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