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Arctic flights to shed light on sea ice and storms link
Scientists from the University of East Anglia are spending the summer flying research aircraft through the heart of Arctic storms.
New quantum whirlpools with tetrahedral symmetries discovered in a superfluid
An international collaboration of scientists has created and observed an entirely new class of vortices - the whirling masses of fluid or air.
Language and intercultural expert awarded highest teaching accolade
Dr Leticia Yulita, who teaches Spanish and Intercultural Communication in the School of PPL, has been awarded a National Teaching Fellowship, the highest...
Why we could be heading for a drought and what we can do about it
England and Wales have seen the driest start of the year since 1976 and it has raised concerns that the UK could be heading for a drought.