Our ‘The Conversation’ articles
These are republished articles written by academics and postgraduate students at the University of Hull for The Conversation.
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- How DNA evidence could be a game-changer in monitoring freshwater fish
- No time to exercise? Then this training programme might be for you
- New plastic-munching bacteria could fuel a recycling revolution
- What would happen if Earth fell into a black hole?
- From chrome plating to nanotubes: the ‘modern’ chemistry first used in ancient times
- Can trees really cool our cities down?
- Animals are evolving faster than you think – here’s the living proof
- Can we really prevent floods by planting more trees?
- Wealth in waste? Using industrial leftovers to offset climate emissions
- How Minecraft could help teach chemistry’s building blocks of life
- Regrowing limbs: fossils reveal ancient secrets of salamander ancestors
- Nobel Prize in Chemistry awarded for work on natural DNA repair
- Don’t fall for the deep-sea scaremongers – wild fishing is healthy and sustainable
- Five myths about gravitational waves
- The fate of the universe: heat death, Big Rip or cosmic consciousness?
- How floating turbines could harness the awesome power of the tides
- Three steps to save Britain’s butterflies
- Explainer: how dangerous is the sodium cyanide found at Tianjin explosion site?
- Mind-controlling wasps enslave zombie spiders to build them a perfect nest
- Elite training in hot conditions for competition in cooler climates – a hot topic?