Methanol is becoming a cheap and sustainable source of carbon. Currently more methanol is produced than is purchased which makes it an ideal waste-resource for creating valuable products. The catch of course being, how do you transform methanol into what you really want?
Learning music is associated with many things, but until recently it wasn’t correlated with statistical ability. Dr Pragati R Mandikal Vasuki has been teasing out the exact nature of this correlation and what it might mean.
What can coins tell us about a decade-long revolt on Cyprus during the late Achaemenid Empire?
Taste, touch, hearing, smell and sight. The senses exist throughout the Gospels and are an important component of interactions with Jesus.
The Tang Dynasty (618-907 CE) expanded its borders to create one of the largest and most dynamic empires in Chinese history.
Dr Alexandra Woolgar’s work was the first to demonstrate that many human brain regions are adaptive. Once thought of as a fixed input/output system, the brain turns out to be far more dynamic, interactive and flexible than previously imagined.
Dr Ross Mackenzie’s work focuses on how the tobacco industry has responded to trade liberalisation to expand its operations in low and middle-income countries as well as its ability to influence domestic and global health governance.
James Martin has conducted the first criminological and sociological analysis of the illegal online drug trafficking trade.
Dr Edwin Lim proposed the first biomarker to discriminate MS clinical subtypes using tryptophan metabolomics. His work aims to deliver a reliable prognostic biomarker to track neurological and mental wellbeing.
Dr Lee Spitler’s research develops methods to maximise the information extracted from telescope observations. This allows the charting of previously unknown aspects of the universe and provides a gateway to new and original research investigations.