Bangor University was founded in 1884 in Northern Wales, UK. Over the years Bangor University has excelled in organic chemistry, ecology, quantum physics, frozen food processing and numerous awards in the Arts & Letters. Bangor is divided into six colleges. Bangor University is noted for its academics and nurturing environment for its students. Bangor is rated Excellent by students and ranking panels for their student oriented environment.
Can we use eDNA as an 'environmental magnifying-glass'?
An innovative idea submitted by Bangor University has been selected as one of eight projects selected within four "idea" areas to be funded by the Natural Environment Research Council's (NERC) new "Highlight Topic" research ...
Micro-hydropower electricity generation could save the water industry millions
New research findings from Bangor University and Trinity College Dublin have highlighted the potential for further cost savings from micro-hydropower. Savings of up to an additional £1m a year in Wales alone could help keep ...
Narcissists are initially appealing leaders, but don't deliver in the long term
From events such as the Rugby World Cup to party politics, coaches, captains and party leaders are in the spotlight.
Nitrous oxide from urine patches in pastures
Commonly known as 'laughing gas' and currently used both in anaesthetics and as a 'legal high', nitrous oxide (N2O) is a powerful greenhouse gas produced in the soil by micro-organisms, especially so on land grazed by animals.
World's largest ever fishing impact study brings hope for Cardigan Bay Scallop fishermen
Scientists from Bangor University, working together with the Welsh Fishermen's Association, Welsh Government and Natural Resources Wales have published their findings from the world's largest ever fishing impact study, funded ...
Roller coaster geese: Insights into high altitude bird flight physiology and biomechanics
Roller Coaster migratory flights of geese give unique insights into bird physiology and biomechanics at high altitudes.
Tides stir up deep Atlantic heat in the Arctic Ocean
Researchers have identified how warm Atlantic water that is flowing deep into the Arctic Ocean is mixing with colder waters above to contribute to sea-ice loss in the Arctic. The results, published this week in the journal ...
'State of nature' important in determining the impact of climate change
Current models of how vegetation will react to climate change do not consider the state of the vegetation - whether it is mature and stable, or already responding to some disturbance event.
Waste-biogas is at least ten times more effective than crop-biogas at reducing greenhouse gas emissions
In a paper just released in the leading bioenergy journal Global Change Biology Bioenergy, researchers from Bangor University and the Thünen Institute in Germany conclude that crop-biogas and liquid biofuels are at best ...
Forests that are sacred to local people are less likely to suffer deforestation, study suggests
Forests that are sacred to local people are less likely to suffer deforestation according to results of research by Bangor University.