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  • project . 2012 - 2017
    Funder: UKRI Project Code: NE/J022713/1
    Funder Contribution: 834,749 GBP
    Partners: UoC, Natural History Museum, University of Cambridge, UC, University of Oxford, Uppsala University, University of Bristol, University of Birmingham

    This project will shed light on a key stage in the evolution of life on Earth. The advent onto land of limbed vertebrates (tetrapods) was an event that shaped the future evolution of the planet, including the appearance of humans. The process began about 360 million yea...

  • project . 2012 - 2017
    Funder: UKRI Project Code: NE/K000063/1
    Funder Contribution: 228,488 GBP
    Partners: SFU, University of Dundee

    Submarine landslides can be far larger than terrestrial landslides, and many generate destructive tsunamis. The Storegga Slide offshore Norway covers an area larger than Scotland and contains enough sediment to cover all of Scotland to a depth of 80 m. This huge slide o...

  • project . 2012 - 2017
    Funder: UKRI Project Code: AH/K000179/1
    Funder Contribution: 4,169,480 GBP
    Partners: York University Canada, Christie's Education, UNSW, University of Wales, Newport, AU, Scottish Government, Broadway Media Centre, Metis Partners, University of Strasbourg, Banchory Music Ltd...

    Over the last decade, the creative industries have been revolutionised by the Internet and the digital economy. The UK, already punching above its weight in the global cultural market, stands at a pivotal moment where it is well placed to build a cultural, business and ...

  • project . 2012 - 2017
    Funder: UKRI Project Code: NE/J020893/1
    Funder Contribution: 393,884 GBP
    Partners: University of Leeds, DFO, University of Hawaiʻi Sea Grant, Nat Oceanic and Atmos Admin NOAA

    There is now a consensus that global climate is changing in response to increasing atmospheric concentrations of greenhouse gases. These gases have natural as well as man-made sources and sinks. For carbon dioxide the largest sink is the ocean, which absorbs between 30%...

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