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15 August 2016

Guardian blogger and biologist Stephen Curry shares the ins and outs of his day...

02 August 2016

Kat Arney is back with her mythconception and this week she’s been busy researching in the pub...

17 June 2016

We've been conducting autopsies for hundreds of years but they weren't commonplace and often used as a...

07 June 2016

New technology is all well and good but in order to live truly sustainably do we need to change the way we live?

25 May 2016

Some find an event stressful, other just feel it as pressure but why do we experience the same situation differently?

25 May 2016

One woman's mission to find happiness in Denmark...

06 May 2016

The mid-1800s saw East Anglia's own 'gold' rush but instead of prevcious metals, they were hunting...

06 May 2016

You need phosphorus to live and we're running out. When will we start to see supplies dwindle and is there...

06 May 2016

In 2050, we'll hit 'peak phosphorus' just when our population is at its highest and demand for food will...

19 April 2016

The latest from the British 'Pompeii'...

24 March 2016

Artificial intelligence seems like a long way off but should we considering its potential impacts now?

24 March 2016

One way to get advance artificial intelligence would be to to try and mimick evolution...

24 March 2016

In the next 20 years, 47% of jobs are likely to be taken over by machines.

26 February 2016

There's been a lot of excitement surrounding the discovery but how does this fit within our wider ideas about...

15 February 2016

Is kissing really seen as romantic the world over? It's less common than you might think...

25 January 2016

The idea of time being infinite is not a new concept but could solve many of our problems in physics when considering...

22 December 2015

Christmas is the perfect time to relax in front of a festive film, but this December there is one film that has been on...

20 November 2015

Can you tell if you're looking at an authentic website? Fraudsters have been stealing web addresses of journals to...

20 November 2015

After two years of sugar tax, the Mexican government canned it. But the UK is considering it... How effective would it...

17 November 2015

What is big data and why does Lord David Willetts thinks it is an area in which Britain excells?

13 October 2015

Is winning the Nobel Prize everything its cracked up to be?

07 September 2015

Pupils will soon be sending mini-computers up onto the borders of space to collect data for their own analysis...

07 September 2015

Despite the media storm, evidence suggests there may not be a shortage of STEM scientists, so why does the debate...

07 September 2015

Aged 10, Amy published her school project in a scientific journal and it changed her entire life...