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Southampton scientists take part in world-first experiment on leak risk from seabed CO2 stores

October 2014

Scientists from the University of Southampton and National Oceanography Centre, Southampton contributed to the world’s first ever sub-sea carbon dioxide impact, detection and monitoring experiment relevant to Carbon dioxide Capture and Storage (CCS) in sub-seabed storage reservoirs.

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Nobel prize winner to explain the ‘God-particle’

September 2014

Physics Nobel Laureate Professor Gerard ’t Hooft will discuss the elusive Higgs particle or ‘God-particle’, which is believed to be responsible for the origin of mass, next month.

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Southampton professor elected to the Royal Academy of Engineering

September 2014

Professor Sheng Chen from Electronics and Computer Science has been elected as a Fellow of The Royal Academy of Engineering (RAE).

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A team of scientists from the University of Southampton have developed a revolutionary ultrasonic attachment for taps, which massively enhances the ability of water to clean.


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The University of Southampton’s Professor Terry Dawson led a major conservation project in the Galapagos Islands aimed at protecting their last remaining extensive coral reefs. In this clip, Terry and the research team are seen swimming up close to a whale shark during fieldwork for the Darwin Initiative project Galapagos Coral Conservation.


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Archaeologists and engineers from the University of Southampton are collaborating with the British Museum to examine buried Roman coins using the latest X-ray imaging technology and pioneer a new way of excavating objects.


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The Wellington papers are one of the most prestigious collections of primary documents relating to British history in the first half of the nineteenth century. We are seeking £700,000 to complete critical conservation of the archive.

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