University of Southampton

Address:
University of Southampton,
University Road,
Southampton
SO17 1BJ
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)23 8059 5000

Fax: +44 (0)23 8059 3131

Web: www.soton.ac.uk/


University of Southampton articles

Displaying 1 - 4 of 4

Photosynthesis could enable the production of biofuels

Photosynthesis could enable the production of biofuels
Scientists from the University of Southampton have reengineered the fundamental process of photosynthesis to power useful chemical reactions that could be used to produce biofuels, pharmaceuticals and fine chemicals. Photosynthesis is the pivotal biological reaction on the planet, providing the food we eat, the oxygen we breathe and removing CO2 from the atmosphere.
7th September 2016

Electric-hybrid engines to clean up Venetian transport

Electric-hybrid engines to clean up Venetian transport
Engineers from the University of Southampton are helping to develop an electric-hybrid engine for Venice water taxis this summer to provide cleaner, greener transport. Venice, a UNESCO World Heritage city, has approximately 20,000 leisure craft and 550 taxi boats serving some 32m visitors every year. All are currently diesel-powered meaning Venice suffers from high levels of air and noise pollution which affects the water, architecture and health of both residents and tourists alike.
23rd June 2016

Southampton aims to help achieve ‘low carbon cities’ in the UK & China

The University of Southampton is to lead a research project to help achieve low carbon cities in the UK and China. The project is one of four that will receive over £3m in funding from the UK’s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), with matched equivalent resources from the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC). The announcement comes in parallel with the State visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping to the UK this week.
22nd October 2015


Study shows metering's immediate effect on water use habits

University of Southampton research has shown consumers reduce their water consumption by 16.5% after they receive a metered connection – based on the study of a five-year programme to install nearly half a million water meters in the south-east of England. This reduction is far more than the national average of 10% and is typically achieved very quickly after a meter is installed.
23rd March 2015


Sign up to view our publications

Sign up

Sign up to view our downloads

Sign up

Vietnam International Defense & Security Exhibition 2020
4th March 2020
Vietnam National Convention Center, Hanoi