The relationship between the urbanisation of the United States in the mid to late 19th Century and the landscape art of the period is the focus of research by Professor David Peters Corbett of the Department of History of Art.
Researchers at The University of Western Australia have found that not only do some female dung beetles have bigger horns than males but they also use their horns as weapons in competition with other females for access to dung, which they then use in breeding.
Identifying victims of terrorism, mass disaster and criminal activity is crucial to prosecute offenders and bring closure to families - and the next generation of tools with the capability to improve forensic identification of remains is being developed.
WunNursing at Sydney
On the 7th September 2009, The University of Bristol opened its Centre for Nanoscience and Quantum Information. This highly distinctive, £11 million building provides state-of-the-art specialised laboratories where vibration and acoustic noise levels are among the lowest ever achieved, despite being located in the centre of Bristol.
This group is looking at how young people are increasingly disaffected with traditional democratic politics and politicians.