20 February 2015
Talented young people attending the Generating Genius outreach event today took part in STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) workshops to inspire their future studies in Higher Education.
18 February 2015
Scientists at the University of Southampton have discovered that maternal diet affects the nutrient composition of fluid in the womb of women and thus may aid in the development of nutritional interventions to support the very earliest stages of pregnancy.
30 January 2015
The University of Southampton is to share in £8m funding to help create the DNA starting blocks for synthetic biology.
29 January 2015
Damaris, in partnership with Age UK Southampton is hosting a red carpet Gala Screening on 23rd February at the Southampton Student Union Building.
29 January 2015
Scientists from the University of Southampton have discovered the genetic basis which allows corals to produce their stunning range of colours. Their finding suggests that the repertoire of reef corals’ stress responses is larger than previously thought.
16 January 2015
Latest developments in crystallography have been featured in a special edition of the prestigious academic journal Acta Crystallographica D, edited by Dr Ivo Tews, lecturer in Structural Biology at the University of Southampton. It brings together 16 articles examining existing technologies and future developments in modern structural biology, assembled by leading researchers in the field.
22 December 2014
The University of Southampton, in collaboration with University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust (UHS) and hospital partners, has been named one of 11 centres involved in a national genome project set to transform diagnosis and treatment for patients with cancer and rare diseases.
11 December 2014
Students from the University of Southampton are aiming to put the first life on Mars.
9 December 2014
Scientists from the University of Southampton visit the Basingstoke Willis Museum to increase neuroscience understanding in the general public.
20 November 2014
The Minister for Universities, Science and Cities, the Rt Hon Greg Clark MP today visited the world-leading Centre for Hybrid Biodevices at the Institute for Life Sciences.
The visit was part of an invitation by the Research Council Chief Executives to showcase the excellent research in Life Sciences at the University of Southampton. The tour also coincided with the Minister opening the new Advanced Composite Materials Facility within Chemistry department.