A Bangor University PhD student has won a competition led by #SmallNationsBigIdeas which invited researchers across four Welsh Universities to communicate by video the value of their research in tackling global climate change.
Publication date: 3 December 2021
New research reveals the body clocks of rainbow trout shape daily rhythms of their immune system and the microorganisms that inhabit their skin. Keeping fish under constant light – often used by fish farms to enhance growth or control reproduction – disrupts these daily rhythms and leads to increased susceptibility to parasites.
Publication date: 23 November 2021
The School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering hosted a zero-carbon “sprint challenge” to celebrate ‘This is Engineering Day’ 2021, a campaign sponsored by the Royal Academy of Engineering.
Publication date: 15 November 2021
Academics from Bangor Law and the school of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering have gained recognition for their collaborative work in data visualisation.
Publication date: 10 November 2021
Bangor University is contributing to a global research programme, the Convex Blue Carbon Seascape Survey
Bangor University researchers are among world-class ocean and blue carbon scientists contributing to a newly announced multi-million-dollar partnership between the insurance group, Convex Group Limited (Convex), the Blue Marine Foundation (BLUE), a charity dedicated to restoring the ocean to health, the University of Exeter. The ambitious five-year programme is the largest attempt yet to build a greater understanding of the properties and capabilities of the ocean and its continental shelves in the earth’s carbon cycle. It represents an urgent effort to slow climate change.
Publication date: 9 November 2021