Ever wondered what red foxes eat? There’s a database for that
Researchers create a free, online database on carnivore diets to help conservationists and educators.
Home improvers and influencers vital to achieving UK net zero domestic heating targets
The role of enthusiastic heat pump adopters in spreading the word is as important as Government policy, education and training.
UK society picks up unpaid £110 billion tab from energy industry every year
The true social, environmental and health costs of the UK energy sector is paid for by society at large rather than the industry or its consumers
Consumers will condemn activist brands if they cannot prove moral competency when challenging freedom of speech
A report finds brands that fail to prove their activist leanings fairly risk being labelled ‘conformist’ and ‘fame-seekers’.
Scotland’s pursuit of low carbon future restricted by UK national security objectives
Scotland’s progression to a low carbon future is likely being held back by national security policy from Westminster.
US society picks up unpaid $1.7 trillion tab from energy industry every year
The social, environmental and health costs of the US energy sector dwarves the revenues of the country’s upstream oil and gas industry ($181 billion)
Parenting in a time of anxiety: Psychologists seek 2,000 anxious parent volunteers for major new study
Professor Sam Cartwright-Hatton and her team are launching their new online Parenting with Anxiety programme.
Choosing to challenge for International Women's Day, 8 March
Four Sussex women academics describe how and why they have actively questioned laws, perceptions and behaviours to bring about change.
Global climate scenarios may significantly overestimate the energy savings from improved energy efficiency
A new study argues that global energy modellers need to take rebound effects more seriously, and find ways of capturing their full range of effects.
The hidden $25 trillion cost of the planet's energy and transport systems
The hidden social, environmental and health costs of the energy and transport sectors is equal to more than a quarter of global economic output.
Making sense of the mass data generated from firing neurons
Breakthrough from scientists which may help answer key questions about how animals process information and adapt to environmental changes.
UK’s first survey documenting the lives of ethnic and religious minority people during Covid-19 launches
Dr Laia Becares has shaped the UK’s first survey on the impact of the Covid-19 epidemic on the lives of 17,000 ethnic and religious minority people.
Graphene “nano-origami” creates tiniest microchips yet
Nanomaterial developments could lead to computers and phones running thousands of times faster.
Once bitten, twice shy: Researchers explore the neurology of why one bad curry could put us off for life
Researchers believe a bad experience with food could cause a switch in our brains, which impacts our future eating habits.
Fatal attraction: Research finds common pipistrelle bats are attracted to wind turbines
A new study has revealed high levels of bat activity around turbines, prompting concern from researchers.
Why plant diversity is so important for bee diversity
A delicate balance of energy efficiency and flower morphology is the key to co-existence between honey bees and bumble bees.
New book explores the challenges of working from home
Dr Emma Russell is the co-author of the first comprehensive overview of research into the impact of agile working on well-being.
Supercomputer in your bedroom: Researchers unleash potential of desktop PCs to run simulations of mammals’ brains
Academics have established a method of turbocharging desktop PCs to give them the same capability as supercomputers worth tens of millions of pounds.
How heavy is Dark Matter? Scientists radically narrow the potential mass range for the first time
Scientists have calculated the mass range for Dark Matter – and neither 'ultra-light' nor 'super-heavy'.