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.
17 October 2014
Artist Pauline Pratt, who combines art and science in her work, has produced an artwork to celebrate the interdisciplinary nature of research into nucleic acids (DNA and RNA) for the Institute for life Sciences (IfLS) at the University of Southampton.
10 October 2014
High-tech British company Primerdesign Ltd, a spin-off company from the University of Southampton, has developed a fast and simple diagnostic test solution specific to the 2014 Ebola outbreak.
19 September 2014
Three researchers at the University of Southampton will benefit from close to £200,000 of extra funding from Alzheimer’s Research UK, the UK’s leading dementia research charity. The important boost will enable dementia researchers based at the University to continue with their pioneering studies. This funding comes ahead of World Alzheimer’s Day on Sunday 21 September, which aims to increase awareness of Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.
3 September 2014
Dementia researchers along the South Coast, from Brighton to Bournemouth, will be unified in their goal to defeat dementia.
19 August 2014
Investigators at the University of Southampton have discovered that two new vaccines can prevent the transmission of meningitis bacteria from person to person.
8 August 2014
The University of Southampton has been awarded $1.4 million (approximately £833,260) to develop new treatments to fight tuberculosis.
6 August 2014
30 budding scientists from Wiltshire, Dorset and Hampshire attended South Wiltshire University Technical College’s first summer school last week. The young scientists and engineers aged 11-16 spent the week meeting major employers and experts from the University of Southampton and learning more about careers and technology.