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Science Articles
  • Giving Rail the Green Light

    Thu, 1st Oct 2015

    Trains are one of the most 'green' forms of travel, but how can we make them even more en...

  • The Purpose of Pain

    Thu, 24th Sep 2015

    What is the purpose, if any, of pain? Would we be better off without it?

  • Watching the skies

    Thu, 13th Aug 2015

    How do we know where planes are in the sky, and why do we occasionally lose them?

  • Shedding light on cancer

    Thu, 6th Aug 2015

    How a special type of glass could help in early cancer detection...

  • 4 ‘Immortals’ that Died

    Fri, 17th Apr 2015

    Death is a terrifying thought to many people: Is the best solution just to become immorta...

  • The Dark Web

    Thu, 9th Apr 2015

    Just like the Force, the Internet has its own dark side. Dare you enter the Dark Web?

  • Your anus is special

    Thu, 26th Mar 2015

    Anus to mouth: why your behind sets you apart...

  • Antibiotic Resistance

    Thu, 19th Mar 2015

    Antibiotic resistance is a growing threat to the modern world, is there anything that can...

  • How to avoid serious egg fraud

    Sat, 17th Jan 2015

    Cuckoos: the con artists of the animal world, leave their eggs in other birds nests. Thes...

  • Dog doctors

    Tue, 30th Dec 2014

    Our four-legged friends prove they truly are man's best friend by lending a paw in sniffi...

  • Why we ignored Ebola...

    Thu, 9th Oct 2014

    This week the scientific Nobel prizes have been awarded, just as the Ebola death toll pas...

  • No room in the Ark?

    Tue, 9th Sep 2014

    With thousands of species going extinct how do we choose which ones to try and save?

  • Sleep on it!

    Wed, 19th Mar 2014

    What does sleep do to your ability to make new memories? Alice Kay investigates...

  • Minister Willetts in the Windy City

    Sat, 22nd Feb 2014

    UK Science Minister David Willetts promotes science diplomacy in Chicago...

  • Clouds of Plankton

    Sun, 5th Jan 2014

    The tiny plants that inhabit the ocean (phytoplankton) have developed a remarkable mechan...

  • Alpha Shock

    Wed, 25th Dec 2013

    It is London in the year 2037, and the artificial fog rolls off the Thames. A successful...

  • Chronotherapeutics

    Thu, 19th Dec 2013

    The emerging field of chronotherapeutics seeks to align drug treatments with an individua...

  • Teaching old dogs new tricks

    Thu, 12th Dec 2013

    Do you find it harder to learn and adapt to new things than you once did? Do you find you...

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