Norwegian reindeer herds boosted by climate change

Faculty research has shown that climate change is not threatening the reindeer of the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard.

Instead, the long-term study indicates that the population is thriving due to rising temperatures.

A Faculty team led by Dr Jonathan Codd and Nathan Thavarajah assisted with this summer’s reindeer census, finding that numbers had risen by 30%.

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Prestigious fellowships for three Faculty scientists

Our congratulations go to three Faculty researchers who have recently been awarded important independent fellowships.

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Dr David Kirby discusses science advisers in film and TV

Dr David Kirby was recently featured in a Nature podcast and article, looking at the role of scientific advisers in Hollywood.

Read more about his involvement.

The impact of our research


The Faculty is at the forefront of research that matters. We compiled some case studies to showcase the impact of our research.


NEW! Episode 13 of our podcast

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Underwater wonders - take a dip into the watery world of our marine and freshwater ecosystems.

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