An Edge Hill academic has been awarded funding by the Royal Society for a fantastic project to develop new ways of monitoring air pollution.
A map which shows the rate at which European coastlines are changing has been released by the European Marine Observation and Data Network (EMODnet) with the help of an Edge Hill geography academic.
Professor Cherith Moses joins Edge Hill from Sussex University where she had previously held a number of positions including Head of Geography, Director of Teaching and Learning and Deputy Head of School in the School of Global Studies and University Director for International Recruitment and Development. She also established and was Director of the Centre for Coastal Research.
An Edge Hill academic, together with a team of scientists from The Open University and University of Edinburgh, has developed a new technique to help predict when a volcano is most likely to erupt.
Edge Hill University has further strengthened its links with industry by sponsoring this year’s Extractive Industries Geology (EIG) conference.