Some of the stories featuring University of Southampton staff and students that are making the news in May 2013. If you see coverage of the University that you think should be included here, please contact the media relations team in Communications and Marketing 023 8059 3212, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Secrets from Britain's Atlantis revealed
A research project to explore the submerged town of Dunwich off the Suffolk coast using underwater imaging technology received national and international media coverage. The project, led by Professor David Sear of Geography and Environment, featured on BBC Online, ITV Anglia, BBC Radio Suffolk, Guardian, Times, NBC, Wired, Southern Daily Echo, ITV Meridian, Science Daily and the publication for the Archaeological Institute of America, Archaeology.
Music professor plays the country’s oldest grand piano
Professor David Owen Norris, Head of Keyboard and Percussion Studies, was on BBC Radio 4's Today programme, BBC News Online and the Mail Online playing the country’s oldest grand piano, which formerly belonged to the Duke of Wellington.
Politics on the Today programme
Politics Professor Gerry Stoker has made two appearances on BBC Radio 4's Today programme in the space of a weekend. Gerry commented on both the government's 'nudge' unit, aimed at getting people to make lifestyle changes, and the Queen's speech.