What Jurassic park got right and wrong about bringing back dinosaurs
Mars helicopter takes first flight in a historic achievement for science and makind.
5G will usher in huge technological advances including internet connection everywhere, self-driving cars, the Internet of Things (IoT) and much more – all without damaging your health.
Lauren Holland discusses the importance of the global vaccination scheme.
Anna van der Zwaluw offers an update on the covid-19 battle, discussing the new variants and the progression of the vaccination rollout.
Matilda Leonard investigates the dangers associated with fasting as a form of dieting.
Lauren Holland investigates the reasons people do not trust scientists
You’ve met someone completely new, from a different course, maybe even a different country, and you add them on Facebook. How do you already have mutual friends? Matilda Leonard explains
Amrita Chattopadhyay looks at the science of committing and detecting food fraud, and how it affects the lives of everyday consumers
Emma Hattersley investigates the exciting research that suggests to a new fundamental force.
Chloe Tenn reveals the potential to study and further understand imposter syndrome from a scientific perspective
The uses of gene editing have been clouded with controversy ever since the technology was first developed in the 1970s. With the doors reopened for gene editing to return to the forefront of modern medicine, it’s crucial to learn about the correct facts and information that can decode this controversy.
From viagra to penicillin, the world would not be the same without these accidental discoveries
Artemis III: NASA’s new mission to put the first woman on the moon
Chloe Tenn explores the benefits of reading science books and their importance in communicating science