One in three Britons sit down to EXACTLY the same lunch EVERY day, according to a new study.
New research, led by the University of Southampton and involving a team of international scientists, suggests that an extreme global warming event 56 million years ago
Researchers at the University of Southampton have captured unprecedented data
Scientists have re-examined an overlooked museum fossil and discovered that it is the earliest known member of the titanosauriform family of dinosaurs.
Liverpool is Officially the Tea Drinking Capital of the UK
On Sunday March 26 2017, the clocks are due to spring forward and evenings will last longer,
If you’ve ever wondered whether your ancestors served as a medieval soldier in the Hundred Years War, a newly launched website from historians at the universities of Southampton and Reading may have the answer
The Lepe Point classroom is being transformed for the weekend into our Home Front exhibition.
In its very first year, this sportive takes you out in the height of summer to conquer the wonders of the New Forest.
Marine species that already roam far and wide throughout our oceans are extending their territories further and faster in response to climate change
The University of Southampton is to play a major role in helping to boost the UK’s ability to develop and exploit the vast potential of robotics and autonomous systems.
A new app makes life easier for the blind, by connecting them with sighted helpers through a smartphone app.
If you have ever gazed into your beloved dog’s eyes and felt that you found love there, you were right.
David Martin, Professor of Geography at the University of Southampton, is to be awarded the prestigious Back Award (2015) by the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers).
The music of 18th century Indian musicians and dancers has been revived, recorded and reinterpreted for the 21st century by highly acclaimed harpsichordist and University of Southampton Turner Sims Fellow, Jane Chapman.
‘Make like a bat’: new study finds two ears attuned to high frequencies help us find objects using echoes
The ability that some people have to use echoes to determine the position of an otherwise silent object, in a similar way to bats and dolphins