NERC's Royal Research Ship Discovery is set to visit the heart of London for the first time this week to mark 50 years of ground-breaking NERC-funded environmental research.
NERC and EPSRC are launching a new £2·5 million Centre for Doctoral Training in the use of smart and autonomous observation systems for the environmental sciences.
Climate change is already causing serious disruption for UK biodiversity and the problem is likely to get worse, according to a report released today.
Engineers, ecologists, economists and heritage experts will be among diverse research teams joining with local authorities and innovative business to build successful 21st-century cities.
In association with the Natural History Museum, we are offering the public the chance to win a guided tour around the Discovery and experience this world-leading research vessel.
NERC's ozone research saves thousands of lives and lowers food prices, saving the UK £1.3 billion every year
NERC's ozone research has spared thousands of lives and led to lower food prices, leading to savings of £1·3 billion every year for the UK, thanks to the early implementation of the Montreal Protocol.
Scientists from the British Geological Survey (BGS) are helping make sure any fracking that may happen in Yorkshire is monitored to detect environmental impact.
NERC announces it is investing in research to study the effects of dramatic changes in Arctic ice cover over the last three decades on the Arctic region.
NERC continues with process to consider charitable status for new ownership model for two of its research centres
NERC Council has affirmed its decision to proceed to the next stage of a process considering changes in the ownership and governance of two of its research centres, the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology and the National Oceanography Centre.