Students can now get closer to nature after a purpose-built environmental classroom was opened at Thwaite Botanical Gardens.
Scientists from the University of Hull have helped to develop a solar-heated bed which could improve living standards for thousands of Chinese farmers and reduce the environmental damage caused by burning fossil fuels.
Writing a book is often a solitary affair taking weeks, months or even years to complete. But a team of scientists led by a University of Hull professor has produced a 250-page book on the powers of superheroes in just one weekend.
Tropical insects and spiders left unprotected by their parents are far more likely to be killed by predators than bugs in colder climates
Hundreds of students have been delving into the miniaturised world of lab-on-a-chip technology at an international conference chaired by a University of Hull professor.
Professor Bernard Binks has won the 2016 Langmuir Lectureship for his research achievements, including the development of "dry water".
A new research centre named after the scientist who paved the way for the liquid crystal displays used in almost every modern device has been launched.
Sky at Night presenter Chris Lintott has joined more than 130 students at an astrophysics summer school, hosted by the University of Hull.
Visitors to this year’s Freedom Festival will have the chance to immerse themselves in a range of interactive science activities as the University of Hull will be staging a range of fun demonstrations designed to bring science to life for festival goers.
University of Hull geology student Rebecca Hopkins is spending the summer with a British Exploring Society expedition in the Himalayas.
A British aviator who retraced Amy Johnson’s epic flight from the UK to Australia is due to touch down at the University of Hull.
The University of Hull is celebrating an academic milestone after the first cohort of students graduated from its Masters programme in Chemical Engineering.
Fishermen may no longer be able to catch cod off Britain in the next century, according to a marine expert at the University of Hull.
It’s a proud day for students and parents alike. Hundreds of students from the Faculty of Science and Engineering have graduated this week in a series of ceremonies at Hull City Hall.
The annual Venn Lectures is a series of free public lecture in mathematics held at the University of Hull.
The Accreditation Committee of the Geological Society of London has rubber stamped the Geology degree delivered by Department of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences.
David Scott, a PhD student in the Department of Sport, Health and Exercise Science, has become the first product of the Scotland Rugby League development pathway to win the player of the year award.
We are pleased to announce 15 science and engineering full PhD Scholarships for 2016 entry.
A new brochure from the University of Hull offers an insight into the pioneering research undertaken by staff and postgraduate research students across its Faculty of Science and Engineering.
A new degree at the University of Hull is hoping to help combat the chronic shortage of qualified physics teachers.
High-performing students applying to study maths at the University of Hull are to be offered a £2,100 cash award thanks to a new bursary scheme.
Tickets used in countries across the world now contain special inks developed in Hull.
A cancer research PhD student has won first prize at the 12th International Medical Postgraduate Conference at the renowned Charles University Medical School in the Czech Republic.
Estuarine experts from the University of Hull and researchers from Murdoch University in Australia are working together to protect the health of one of south-western Australia’s largest estuaries.
Chemistry students at the University of Hull are using virtual reality building game Minecraft to teach young scientists of the future.
A sleep expert from the University of Hull has partnered with Vodafone Broadband to report upon a study of how digital devices are affecting the nation’s sleep.
A PhD student from the University of Hull has won a national award for engineering excellence.
The University of Hull’s pioneering ‘Lab on a Chip’ research has been recognised at the inaugural Hull and East Yorkshire Digital Awards.
Researchers from the University of Hull have begun a project to develop personalised exercise programmes for lower limb amputees in Hull and the surrounding area.
Researchers in the E.A. Milne Centre for Astrophysics have made a breakthrough in solving the mystery of the origin of nitrogen, one of the most important elements for life in the Universe.
The E.A. Milne Centre for Astrophysics, named in honour of the Hull-born physicist and mathematician Edward Arthur Milne, will officially open this week.
Scientists from the University of Hull have enthralled, enlightened and entertained visitors at this year’s British Science Festival.
Biologists at the University of Hull pioneering the development of environmental DNA (eDNA) tools for biodiversity monitoring have received a major funding boost.
Professor Brad Gibson, Director of Research in the Department of Physics and Mathematics, has been appointed to the international advisory committee of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics (JINA).
The School of Engineering have been awarded funding for a major PhD Scholarship, jointly funded by the University of Hull and Diamond Light Source, the UK National Synchrotron X-ray facility.
Scientists from the University of Hull will amaze at this year’s Freedom Festival with hands-on demonstrations, live experiments and a unique ‘Battle of the Slime’.