A third of people with heart attacks may not have gone to hospital at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The University is to be part of a new Africa-UK research collaboration, to identify ways the continent can produce enough food to feed its growing population.

UK researchers explore hydrothermal vents for potential clues about the evolution of animal life in extreme environments.

A major new study shows adding rock dust to farmland could remove the carbon dioxide equivalent of more than the current total emissions from global aviation and shipping combined.

The World Health Organisation needs to recognise that coronavirus might be spread by tiny respiratory droplets that remain in the air for prolonged periods, say leading academics.