Liverpool Law School‘s Dr Stephanie Reynolds explains the legal minefield in store for UK and #EU negotiators as they seek to resolve residency rights - one of the major outstanding issues to be considered following the activation of #Article50.
We've been awarded £1M by the Leverhulme Trust to use our expertise in palaeomagnetism to increase our understanding of the Earth’s core and mantle.
Find out more about how this research seeks to answer some longstanding #earthscience questions including what is the role of the deep mantle in plate tectonics and how fast is Earth’s core cooling down?
Did you know that even though π was known by ancient geometers like Archimedes (287-212 BC), it wasn’t called π until 1706, when William Jones, the Welsh mathematician, used the letter to stand for “perimeter”?
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New research shows that ancient DNA found in the dental plaque of Neandertals has provided remarkable new insights into their behaviour, diet and evolutionary history, including their use of plant-based medicine to treat pain and illness.