Researchers from the University of Glasgow, together with partners from Glasgow City Council, NatureScot and Seven Lochs Wetland Park, have developed an interactive web tool to map suitable habitats for a nationally significant water vole species.
A road that once formed a key link in the carrying of coal between the former opencast mine at St Ninians near Kelty and Longannet power station in Fife has been uncovered by the site owners during vital maintenance and repair works in the ongoing development of a proposed Eco-Therapy Wellness and L
Nuns have learned to operate a Bobcat loader to help restore their new home. After more than two centuries living in a monastery in Hradčany square next to the Castle in the centre of Prague in the Czech Republic, the order of Discalced Carmelite Nuns has moved to a new home in the village of Drast
An interconnected network of garbage trucks could be the new frontline in repairing local roads, thanks to a research collaboration between Swinburne University of Technology and Brimbank City Council in Australia that utilises the 5G network and the Internet of Things (IoT).
Archaeology students from the University of the Highlands and Islands at Perth College will get the chance to uncover some Bronze Ages treasures in advance of work starting on the new Cross Tay Link Road.
Ukrainian architecture firm Makhno Studio has designed a 3D-printed settlement for Mars. The Plan C project will encircle the edge of a crater and provide a comfortable sustainable living for settlers on a new planet. Its outer walls will protect residents from the harsh atmospheric and weather cond