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IPCC changes its tune on gas as way to mitigate climate change

Energy Professor of Renewable Energy at Durham University The International Panel on Climate Change's Working Group 3 report is a welcome outline of how to stem the tide of climate change.

(14 Apr 2014) » IPCC changes its tune on gas as way to mitigate climate change

Go ahead and daydream away

Experts say that daydreaming is invaluable for important psychological attributes such as creativity, happiness and planning our future.

(13 Apr 2014) » Go ahead and daydream away

Durham Cathedral excavation unearths 21,000 animal bones

More than 20,000 animal bones have been unearthed during an excavation at Durham Cathedral.

(11 Apr 2014) » Durham Cathedral excavation unearths 21,000 animal bones

15 ways to fund drugs for development

From making research openly available to tackling counterfeits, our panellists reflect on how to develop high-quality

(10 Apr 2014) » 15 ways to fund drugs for development

Dark matter hunt: LUX experiment reaches critical phase

The quest to find the most mysterious particles in the Universe is entering a critical phase, scientists say.

(8 Apr 2014) » Dark matter hunt: LUX experiment reaches critical phase

Furred arteries found in ancient skeletons

Even ancient people suffered from furred arteries even though it was previously throught to be a modern condition

(7 Apr 2014) » Furred arteries found in ancient skeletons

Yes, dyslexia wrecks lives. But experts say it's also become a money-spinner for quack therapists and schools - with parents and children falling prey to the dyslexia deception

(3 Apr 2014) » Yes, dyslexia wrecks lives. But experts say it's also become a money-spinner for quack therapists and schools - with parents and children falling prey to the dyslexia deception

Care of heart failure patients falling short in UK

Care of patients with heart failure in the UK is inadequate and has not changed in a decade, according to new research.

(1 Apr 2014) » Care of heart failure patients falling short in UK

Durham Student Union Votes To Campaign Against 'Blacking Up'

A student union has voted to campaign for students to actively stop "blacking up"

(21 Mar 2014) » Durham Student Union Votes To Campaign Against 'Blacking Up'

Durham University team uncovers English Civil War evidence at Auckland Castle dig

Evidence of a dramatic English Civil War episode may have been found by a

(20 Mar 2014) » Durham University team uncovers English Civil War evidence at Auckland Castle dig