A novel inspired by the daily toil of a shepherdess, and a biography of a Booker prize-winning novelist are the winners of Britainâs oldest literary awards.
The constitutional future of Scotland and the UK forms the basis of a new free, online course.
A spectacular garden created by one of Scotlandâs best-loved artists is at the centre of a new partnership with the University.
University scientists are to help better understand how energy is managed in buildings such as hospitals and offices.
A new survey has revealed most Scots believe in the power of prayer.
Three plays have been short-listed for a drama prize associated with Britainâs oldest literary awards.
A student has won a competition to design the t-shirt motif for a national charity campaign.
A treasure trove of Gaelic historical and cultural documents has been recognised as one of the worldâs most important archives.
People who speak more than one language are more likely to stay sharp in old age, according to a study.
The National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM) team at the University of Southampton is very pleased to announce that it has been awarded a 6.25-million-pound grant from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). The new Centre structure will be a collaborative partnership between the universities of Southampton, Edinburgh and Manchester.
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This article was published on May 15, 2014