Innovative Oxford research demonstrates the potential of ‘smart’ handpumps to achieve low-cost, large-scale groundwater monitoring in rural Africa.
Researchers at Trinity College Dublin and Oxford University identify a site within a Martian crater which likely held water in the not-too-distant past.
The Oxford-led MaRIUS programme publishes findings from scenario building workshop exploring drought management in England and Wales.
The growth of Dhaka – one of the world’s largest and densely populated cities – has been fueled by migrant workers, many drawn by opportunities offered by the city’s heavily polluting Ready Made Garment sector. REACH post-doc, Dr Sonia Ferdous Hoque, recounts her recent visit to one of the most polluted stretches of Dhaka’s Turag River.