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Durham University is a world top 100 university with a global reputation and performance in research and education.

Durham is a member of the Russell Group of leading research-intensive UK universities.

The most recent UK league tables place Durham in the top echelon of British universities academically.

The University is ranked fifth in the UK in the Complete University Guide 2015 and sixth in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2014; it is in the world top 25 for the employability of its students by blue-chip companies world-wide (QS World University Rankings 2013/14) and in the global top 30 for Arts and Humanities (THE World University Rankings 2013/14).

Research at Durham directly informs the teaching of undergraduates and postgraduates, and creates multidisciplinary programmes through the University’s research centres and institutes. In partnership with policy-makers, industry, the public sector, and communities around the world, Durham’s cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural research shapes local, national and international agendas.

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David Cameron chairing a COBRA meeting in 2014. Neil Hall / PA Archive/Press Association Images

Explainer: what is COBRA?

The government's crisis management committee sounds as if it can strike fast and effectively.
A father reads to his son while sitting under a mosquito net. Mosquitoes have undergone evolutionary changes due to long-lasting insecticide-treated nets. Georgina Goodwin and Vestergaard Frandsen

Why evolution must be at the centre of fighting parasitic infections

Although there have been global efforts to eliminate parasites, some parasites and vectors will have survived attack because they have evolved resistance.
The UK government has become increasingly desperate to find any means it can to reduce its number of new migrants. Reuters/Neil Hall

Why is the UK ramping up costs for potential Australian migrants?

Australian citizens make up one of the largest groups entering the UK each year for work or study. But this could change as Australians get swept up in Britain's efforts to reduce net migration.
A portion of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet, called Wilkes Land, flowing into the ocean. Michael Hambrey/Glaciers online net

How ice sheets collapse: a lesson from the past

The way ice sheets respond to global warming may be more predictable than previously thought

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