Latest Natural Environment Research Council Stories
The manner in which bats use echolocation has long been of interest to scientists, but new research shows that bats use more than echolocation to get around.
A new NASA/British Antarctic Survey study examines why Antarctic sea ice cover has increased under the effects of climate change over the past two decades.
A $16 million program launched by the UK government will fund a five-year research study on ocean acidification.
The study, by Brunel University, the Universities of Exeter and Reading and the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, shows for the first time how a group of testosterone-blocking chemicals is finding its way into UK rivers, affecting wildlife and potentially humans.
A team of scientists are set on finding out how sand from the Sahara Desert is affecting marine life, as well as learning more about the oceanâ€™s ability to soak up the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide.
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