The government has announced that EU students applying to English universities in the 2018-19 academic year will still be eligible for student loans and grants.
The government has announced that EU students applying to English universities in

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An intricate network of satellites keeps our modern world turning, but a huge predicted increase in the number of devices launched into Earth orbit could bring it all grinding to a halt.
An intricate network of satellites keeps our modern world turning but a

Biggest ever space debris study highlights risk posed by satellite ‘mega-constellations’

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We've placed 11th in Times Higher Education's inaugural list of the world's best universities founded after the Second World War.
Weve placed 11th in Times Higher Educations inaugural list of the worlds

Southampton features amongst the world’s best ‘Golden Age’ universities | University of Southampton

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In the next century, carbon dioxide in our atmosphere could reach amounts on par with the Triassic period, and the situation only gets worse the further ahead you look.
In the next century carbon dioxide in our atmosphere could reach amounts

Global warming to reach levels not seen in 420 million years | University of Southampton

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Alzheimer’s affects more than half a million people in the UK each year, and our experts are breaking new ground in a bid to better understand the condition.

The work has already led to promising results and could lead to researchers analysing the speech of dementia patients in their own homes, giving us a more accurate picture of how the disease progresses.
Alzheimers affects more than half a million people in the UK each

Alzheimer's: managing the conversation | University of Southampton

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The need to discover new materials for use in vital fields such as energy production, pollution control and pharmaceuticals, presents a unique challenge for chemists and physicists.

Our scientists, working with colleagues at the University of Liverpool, have developed a new method that could revolutionise the way we search for, design and produce these materials, leading to potentially huge...
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Molecular ‘treasure maps’ to help discover new materials | University of Southampton

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Have you ever fallen for fake news, and how would you even know?

More people engaged with fake news on Facebook than actual news over the course of last year's US election. What does this worrying statistic mean for the future of how we consume information and what we believe to be true and untrue?

Jon Sopel, the BBC’s North America Editor, University Pro-Chancellor and alumnus presents his...
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The world's first celebrity submersible took the news by storm last year after a public vote to name the research ship that carries it (now affectionately dubbed the RRS David Attenborough) returned an unexpected result.

Boaty McBoatface will venture to the Antarctic on an expedition to study some of the deepest and coldest abyssal ocean waters on Earth – known as Antarctic Bottom Water...
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The worlds first celebrity submersible took the news by storm last year

Boaty McBoatface submersible prepares to dive into the abyss on first Antarctic mission | University of Southampton

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Hillary Clinton was at the centre of a paedophile ring, the Pope backed Trump, the Feds were investigating Clinton for conspiracy to murder. She was also supplying arms to ISIS. These were just some of the totally fictitious stories that gained traction during the US election of 2016. But how much of a role did they play in propelling a disillusioned and angry American public to vote for...
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Albert Einstein once said: "The only thing that you absolutely have to know, is the location of the library." We couldn't agree more. Happy #WorldBookDay everyone!
Albert Einstein once said The only thing that you absolutely have to
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We're leading the charge on AI technology that could contribute an estimated £654 billion to the UK economy by 2035.
Were leading the charge on AI technology that could contribute an estimated

Dame Wendy Hall to lead major review of Artificial Intelligence in the UK | University of Southampton

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In this touching moment, the University of Southampton Auditory Implant Service welcomes its first ever couple to receive cochlear implants at the same time.

Deaf from birth and married for 12 years, Neil and Helen Robinson had lived in a world virtually without sound, communicating with each other via sign language, lip reading and frustrating attempts to use hearing aids. The couple...
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Watch this married couple hear each other for the first time ever, thanks to cochlear implants provided by our team in the Auditory Implant Service.
Watch this married couple hear each other for the first time ever

Married for 12 years but the Robinsons have never heard each other - BBC...

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Our research with Age UK has found that taking part in social activities has a powerful influence on improving people’s wellbeing as they grow older.
Our research with Age UK has found that taking part in social

Being active and engaged boosts wellbeing in later life | University of...

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We'd like to express our sincere thanks to alumnus James Vernon and his wife Mindy for their generous £1.35m donation to the Centre for Cancer Immunology, the very first of its kind in the UK.

Using the body's own immune system to battle cancer is a major leap forward in the fight against the disease - this generous gift brings us one step closer to saving more lives than ever before.
Wed like to express our sincere thanks to alumnus James Vernon and

New cancer research centre receives major boost | University of Southampton

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Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy?

Researchers believe they've found tangible proof that our universe could be a vast and complex hologram.
Is this the real life Is this just fantasy

Study reveals substantial evidence of holographic universe | University...

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