The Royal Society has elected Professor of Engineering Anne Neville to its fellowship, in recognition of her substantial contribution to the field of corrosion and tribology research.
Biopharma and food businesses working with proteins now have access to better information about how a type of fluid flow used in manufacturing processes can affect the quality of their products.
A new approach to predicting the outcomes of major events could give people an incentive to seek out more diverse sources of information, according to a new study.
The impact of the University’s research and its commitment to supporting early career academics has been demonstrated to the incoming chair of the new body set to oversee the UK’s research councils.
The body’s peripheral nervous system could be capable of interpreting its environment and modulating pain, neuroscientists have established, after studying how rodents reacted to stimulation.