Find out all about the latest research breakthroughs, projects and stories by reading the latest edition of our research magazine New Boundaries.
At the UN summit in September 2015, world leaders agreed on an ambitious set of Sustainable Development Goals. This feature takes a look at how our research is supporting some of these key areas of global importance.
To mark the 600th anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt, we talk to some of our historians who are challenging the myths around this famous battle.
Today there are more connected devices on the planet than people. This feature explores ORCHID, a collaborative project that is harnessing the collective power of these devices. The applications are wide-ranging: from improving the ability of emergency services to respond to disasters, to improving the efficiency of the electricity grid.
In the UK, around one in eight women are at risk of being diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. This feature looks at how, in collaboration with Cancer Research UK, the University is playing a key role in the global fight against this condition.
Our μ-VIS centre is home to some of the most advanced x-ray computed tomography imaging equipment in the UK. Find out from the centre’s Director, Professor Ian Sinclair, about the innovative research it supports.
By 2020, the ‘big data’ economy is expected to reach $325bn in the USA, €206bn in Europe and $131bn in
China. Find out how Southampton researchers are collaborating with the Chinese government and international business to develop a commercially viable big data platform to help companies manage their risk.
Following the publication of their major report, Global Marine Technology Trends 2030 (GMTT 2030), three leading maritime experts give their views on the importance of developing new technologies to conserve ocean spaces as well as to develop future ships and naval vessels.
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