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New investment in seismic monitoring facility at University of Leicester

A University of Leicester facility that has measured tremors from earthquakes, glaciers, and even football matches, has received new funding to continue its work. They will be using a suite of satellite and ground-based telescopes to rapidly hunt gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) and analyse the massive

Carbon monitoring mission using Leicester expertise ready for launch

Scientists at the National Centre for Earth Observation (NCEO), hosted at Space Park Leicester, have welcomed news that a satellite for monitoring atmospheric carbon dioxide to help tackle climate change has completed assembly and qualification in the UK, and is now ready for launch.

‘AI for Net Zero’ calls for Fellowship applications

The University of Leicester are inviting applications for research fellowships in the context of a UKRI grant ‘Self-learning digital twins for sustainable land management’. The project is funded under the AI for Net Zero programme and is developing technology to aid decision-making for reducing greenhouse