2013 news announcements
A new web tool based on NERC-funded research could pave the way for better management of airspace during volcanic crises.
NERC supported research shows ancient mammal relatives did not evolve new features after largest mass extinction on Earth.
A NERC supported study has shown that female blue tits with brightly coloured crowns are better mothers than duller birds.
Scientists, part-funded by NERC, are planting flower meadows in the city's parks, playing fields and schools in an attempt to improve the diversity and abundance of pollinating insects.
New study with NERC's delivery partner, SAMS finds the world's marine systems are reacting to climate change more strongly than previously thought.
New research, part-funded by NERC, shows how crushed insects can accelerate the monitoring and cataloguing of biodiversity.
Scientists have found that bacteria have the potential to teach valuable investment lessons.
Large parts of Europe and North America have experienced bigger swings in yearly temperatures in recent decades, according to a new study part-funded by NERC.
Scientists part-funded by NERC have found that brown trout can survive in the contaminated waters of the River Hayle in Cornwall.
The drought caused by the blazing summer of 1976 caused permanent changes to British forests that are still evident today, researchers part-funded by NERC have discovered.