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Assessing species’ risk of extinction is essential for effective conservation efforts. However, this assessment does not tell the whole story […]

Assessing species’ risk of extinction is essential for effective conservation efforts. However, this assessment does not tell the whole story […]

The Understanding Society project, run by the University of Essex in the UK, is a gigantic long term study that interviews households yearly […]

The Understanding Society project, run by the University of Essex in the UK, is a gigantic long term study that interviews households yearly […]

How much influence do industries have over the regulatory agencies responsible for policing these same industries? This is what Dr Eva […]

How much influence do industries have over the regulatory agencies responsible for policing these same industries? This is what Dr Eva […]

Dr Brice Orange and Dr David Morris form part of the team based at the Etelman Observatory in the US Virgin Islands, an establishment […]

Dr Brice Orange and Dr David Morris form part of the team based at the Etelman Observatory in the US Virgin Islands, an establishment […]

The ocean has an incredible capacity to store carbon. It has been absorbing one third of humanity’s emissions over the last century or two […]

The ocean has an incredible capacity to store carbon. It has been absorbing one third of humanity’s emissions over the last century or two […]

A chance discovery of an unusual oscillatory reaction by a Russian chemist nearly 70 years ago has paved the way for some potentially […]

A chance discovery of an unusual oscillatory reaction by a Russian chemist nearly 70 years ago has paved the way for some potentially […]

Professor Zhigang Zhu is a computer scientist based at The City College of New York in the US. He and his collaborators have established […]

Professor Zhigang Zhu is a computer scientist based at The City College of New York in the US. He and his collaborators have established […]

The Tower of Hanoi is a beguiling puzzle that has entranced mathematicians for almost 140 years. Despite its apparent simplicity, it […]

The Tower of Hanoi is a beguiling puzzle that has entranced mathematicians for almost 140 years. Despite its apparent simplicity, it […]

Dr Pascale V. Guillot, based at the University College London Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Institute for Women’s Health. She is leading a […]

Dr Pascale V. Guillot, based at the University College London Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Institute for Women’s Health. She is leading a […]

In the past, biologists believed that all jellyfish propel themselves forward by rapidly squirting water out from their pulsating bells. However […]

In the past, biologists believed that all jellyfish propel themselves forward by rapidly squirting water out from their pulsating bells. However […]

Plants coordinate their growth through hormones – chemical messengers that instruct cells to do certain activities. Dr Alexander Jones […]

Plants coordinate their growth through hormones – chemical messengers that instruct cells to do certain activities. Dr Alexander Jones […]

Students of colour continue to be underrepresented within STEM. Opportunity gaps between different groups of people make it […]

Students of colour continue to be underrepresented within STEM. Opportunity gaps between different groups of people make it […]

Dr Catherine Brissette, based at the Department of Biomedical Sciences at the University of North Dakota in the US, is engaged in a project […]

Dr Catherine Brissette, based at the Department of Biomedical Sciences at the University of North Dakota in the US, is engaged in a project […]

The Universe is filled with one billion trillion stars – look at the sky on a clear night and the few thousand that are visible are incredible to […]

The Universe is filled with one billion trillion stars – look at the sky on a clear night and the few thousand that are visible are incredible to […]

Yashaswi Nalawade is currently working on her PHD in Professor Jonathan Coleman’s Laboratory at Trinity College in Ireland. The team is […]

Yashaswi Nalawade is currently working on her PHD in Professor Jonathan Coleman’s Laboratory at Trinity College in Ireland. The team is […]

Professor Klara Nahrstedt, of the University of Illinois at Urbanachampaign, USA, leads the Senselet project, which is designed to monitor […]

Professor Klara Nahrstedt, of the University of Illinois at Urbanachampaign, USA, leads the Senselet project, which is designed to monitor […]

Metabolism is an essential feature of life. All biological processes, such as photosynthesis, respiration and digestion, depend on various […]

Metabolism is an essential feature of life. All biological processes, such as photosynthesis, respiration and digestion, depend on various […]

For centuries, Native Americans have relied on their knowledge about the environment to survive. This knowledge has been passed down […]

For centuries, Native Americans have relied on their knowledge about the environment to survive. This knowledge has been passed down […]

Dr Thomas Volz, based at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia, uses quantum optics tools and methods to identify materials that will […]

Dr Thomas Volz, based at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia, uses quantum optics tools and methods to identify materials that will […]

Dr Lachlan Rogers, based at the University of Newcastle in Australia, is investigating diamond colour centres. The ultimate aim is to enable […]

Dr Lachlan Rogers, based at the University of Newcastle in Australia, is investigating diamond colour centres. The ultimate aim is to enable […]

At his lab at the University of Southern California in the US, Professor James Boedicker and his team focus on understanding the rules that […]

At his lab at the University of Southern California in the US, Professor James Boedicker and his team focus on understanding the rules that […]

Having a lower income can make the student experience much more challenging, leading to greater drop-out rates and higher levels […]

Having a lower income can make the student experience much more challenging, leading to greater drop-out rates and higher levels […]

Professor Marianne Berwick is a highly inspirational cancer researcher with a particular interest in melanoma. Her atypical career pathway saw […]

Professor Marianne Berwick is a highly inspirational cancer researcher with a particular interest in melanoma. Her atypical career pathway saw […]

Dr Jadranka Šepić forms part of a geophysics team based at the University of Split in Croatia. Her work is primarily focused on understanding […]

Dr Jadranka Šepić forms part of a geophysics team based at the University of Split in Croatia. Her work is primarily focused on understanding […]

Dr Jay Nadeau, based at Portland State University, USA, is on a quest to find life in extreme environments. Her findings could help inform […]

Dr Jay Nadeau, based at Portland State University, USA, is on a quest to find life in extreme environments. Her findings could help inform […]

Dr Xiaoming Yu is based within CREOL, the College of Optics and Photonics at the University of Central Florida in the US. He is working […]

Dr Xiaoming Yu is based within CREOL, the College of Optics and Photonics at the University of Central Florida in the US. He is working […]

Professor Yves Dufrêne is a researcher in nanobiophysics with an interest in methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) bacterial […]

Professor Yves Dufrêne is a researcher in nanobiophysics with an interest in methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) bacterial […]

We all know the climate is changing but predicting what this means for weather systems is no easy matter. Professor Zhengyu Liu and […]

We all know the climate is changing but predicting what this means for weather systems is no easy matter. Professor Zhengyu Liu and […]

Although incredibly useful to detect a wide range of conditions, from broken bones to decaying teeth, an X-ray or a CT scan carries […]

Although incredibly useful to detect a wide range of conditions, from broken bones to decaying teeth, an X-ray or a CT scan carries […]

Trillions of tiny bits of plastic – known as microplastics – contaminate our environment. Among these are microfibres – very small […]

Trillions of tiny bits of plastic – known as microplastics – contaminate our environment. Among these are microfibres – very small […]

Tropical forests are made up of hundreds of tree species. Knowing what forests are made of at the individual tree level can unlock many […]

Tropical forests are made up of hundreds of tree species. Knowing what forests are made of at the individual tree level can unlock many […]

Professor Basudeb Saha is Founder and President of RiKarbon, a company that produces cost-competitive and environmentally sustainable […]

Professor Basudeb Saha is Founder and President of RiKarbon, a company that produces cost-competitive and environmentally sustainable […]

A raindrop falling onto the ocean seems like a simple event, but behind this, there is an incredibly complex sequence of physical processes. Dr […]

A raindrop falling onto the ocean seems like a simple event, but behind this, there is an incredibly complex sequence of physical processes. Dr […]

Teenagers often feel passionately about environmental issues, but it can be hard to act on these concerns. Professor Sander Thomaes, from […]

Teenagers often feel passionately about environmental issues, but it can be hard to act on these concerns. Professor Sander Thomaes, from […]

Reading is perhaps the most complex skill we learn; it involves turning intricate sequences of symbols into something coherent inside our […]

Reading is perhaps the most complex skill we learn; it involves turning intricate sequences of symbols into something coherent inside our […]

The Earth’s climate is changing due to greenhouse gas emissions resulting from human activity. Being able to predict these changes is […]

The Earth’s climate is changing due to greenhouse gas emissions resulting from human activity. Being able to predict these changes is […]

Dr James Tanton is the founder of the Global Math Project, a worldwide movement of teachers committed to inspiring a love of mathematics […]

Dr James Tanton is the founder of the Global Math Project, a worldwide movement of teachers committed to inspiring a love of mathematics […]

Everyone knows that the detonation of nuclear weapons would be very bad news, but their devastation is not only limited to their immediate […]

Everyone knows that the detonation of nuclear weapons would be very bad news, but their devastation is not only limited to their immediate […]

Scientists have been inspired by the natural world since time immemorial. Professor Kristi Morgansen, of the University of Washington in […]

Scientists have been inspired by the natural world since time immemorial. Professor Kristi Morgansen, of the University of Washington in […]

Dr Natalia Rivera-Torres is conducting sickle cell research at Christianacare’s Gene Editing Institute in Delaware in the US. The institute […]

Dr Natalia Rivera-Torres is conducting sickle cell research at Christianacare’s Gene Editing Institute in Delaware in the US. The institute […]

Dr Solange Duhamel and Dr Christopher Hamilton, based at the University of Arizona, have brought together their respective expertise in […]

Dr Solange Duhamel and Dr Christopher Hamilton, based at the University of Arizona, have brought together their respective expertise in […]

Dr Jonas Pontusson leads the Unequal Democracies programme based at the University of Geneva in Switzerland. The project explores […]

Dr Jonas Pontusson leads the Unequal Democracies programme based at the University of Geneva in Switzerland. The project explores […]

Dr April Hiscox, based at the University of South Carolina, USA, is one of the principal investigators of the SAVANT Project, which looks at […]

Dr April Hiscox, based at the University of South Carolina, USA, is one of the principal investigators of the SAVANT Project, which looks at […]

Extracting carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and turning it into something useful could be a key tool for tackling climate change […]

Extracting carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and turning it into something useful could be a key tool for tackling climate change […]

We are bombarded by the media with endless news about gang violence and criminal activities. However, a group of scientists want to […]

We are bombarded by the media with endless news about gang violence and criminal activities. However, a group of scientists want to […]

Many STEM fields continue to suffer from a lack of diversity – people from minority backgrounds miss out on rewarding careers and […]

Many STEM fields continue to suffer from a lack of diversity – people from minority backgrounds miss out on rewarding careers and […]

Prosthetic legs have enabled thousands of people with a disability walk, but artificial limbs can be stiff and uncomfortable to use. Dr Elliott […]

Prosthetic legs have enabled thousands of people with a disability walk, but artificial limbs can be stiff and uncomfortable to use. Dr Elliott […]

It’s commonly known that many fields of STEM, in particular engineering and computer science, suffer from a lack of diversity. Tackling this […]

It’s commonly known that many fields of STEM, in particular engineering and computer science, suffer from a lack of diversity. Tackling this […]

Geoscience is a challenging science to teach. It involves processes that occur over huge scales of time and space, and much of its subject […]

Geoscience is a challenging science to teach. It involves processes that occur over huge scales of time and space, and much of its subject […]

One of the greatest challenges in modern science is how to get useful conclusions from massive datasets. Dr Eric Chi, of North Carolina […]

One of the greatest challenges in modern science is how to get useful conclusions from massive datasets. Dr Eric Chi, of North Carolina […]

Clean water is our most important natural resource. We need a reliable supply of drinking water to live. We also need water for industry […]

Clean water is our most important natural resource. We need a reliable supply of drinking water to live. We also need water for industry […]

Science and business are often treated as two separate disciplines, which leads to problems. Scientists may lack the business sense to […]

Science and business are often treated as two separate disciplines, which leads to problems. Scientists may lack the business sense to […]

Dr Wenping Yin, based at Monash University in Australia, forms part of a team working at the ARC Centre of Excellence in Exciton Science. Her […]

Dr Wenping Yin, based at Monash University in Australia, forms part of a team working at the ARC Centre of Excellence in Exciton Science. Her […]

Dr Verónica Segarra is a cell biologist based at High Point University in North Carolina, USA. In addition to her research on how cells respond […]

Dr Verónica Segarra is a cell biologist based at High Point University in North Carolina, USA. In addition to her research on how cells respond […]

Dr Shad Nelson and his team, based at Texas A&M University-Kingsville in the US, are passionate about increasing the number of hispanics […]

Dr Shad Nelson and his team, based at Texas A&M University-Kingsville in the US, are passionate about increasing the number of hispanics […]

Dr S. Camille Peres is based at Texas A&M University in the US. what shines through most of all is her love and fascination for her work […]

Dr S. Camille Peres is based at Texas A&M University in the US. what shines through most of all is her love and fascination for her work […]

The field of geoscience is rapidly expanding in many parts of the world, as we seek more sophisticated ways to gather energy and use […]

The field of geoscience is rapidly expanding in many parts of the world, as we seek more sophisticated ways to gather energy and use […]

Dr Mark Rentschler, based at the University of Colorado Boulder in the US, leads a team focused on developing mobile robotic capsule […]

Dr Mark Rentschler, based at the University of Colorado Boulder in the US, leads a team focused on developing mobile robotic capsule […]

Climate change is destined to be a major challenge for society, and tackling it effectively relies upon us knowing what we are dealing with. […]

Climate change is destined to be a major challenge for society, and tackling it effectively relies upon us knowing what we are dealing with. […]

The Queen Mary University of London’s Professor Kate Spencer and Dr Jonathan Wheatland are on a quest to understand how […]

The Queen Mary University of London’s Professor Kate Spencer and Dr Jonathan Wheatland are on a quest to understand how […]

Dr Peter Wizinowich, based at W. M. Keck Observatory in Hawaii, is an engineer who specialises in optical sciences in astrophysics […]

Dr Peter Wizinowich, based at W. M. Keck Observatory in Hawaii, is an engineer who specialises in optical sciences in astrophysics […]

Patterns are everywhere in nature, from seasons to colour schemes to heartbeats. The more you look, the more you find, and the […]

Patterns are everywhere in nature, from seasons to colour schemes to heartbeats. The more you look, the more you find, and the […]

Dr Wouter Deconinck, based at the University of Manitoba in Canada, is part of the team working on the electron-ion collider. Once […]

Dr Wouter Deconinck, based at the University of Manitoba in Canada, is part of the team working on the electron-ion collider. Once […]

Dr Liz Johnson is a STEM education specialist based at Southern Research in Alabama, USA. She implements an outreach programme […]

Dr Liz Johnson is a STEM education specialist based at Southern Research in Alabama, USA. She implements an outreach programme […]

The Physical Sciences Scholars Program has been established to help chemistry, geology and physics students at Bucknell University in […]

The Physical Sciences Scholars Program has been established to help chemistry, geology and physics students at Bucknell University in […]

Our devices store certain data temporarily in hardware caches, which allow data to be accessed faster. However, the system does […]

Our devices store certain data temporarily in hardware caches, which allow data to be accessed faster. However, the system does […]

Six universities are involved in a collaborative research project to introduce a special type of resilient timber building across the […]

Six universities are involved in a collaborative research project to introduce a special type of resilient timber building across the […]

Dr Sam Ballas is based at Florida State University in the US. His research focus is on geometry and surfaces, which is a branch […]

Dr Sam Ballas is based at Florida State University in the US. His research focus is on geometry and surfaces, which is a branch […]

For many students, trigonometry is a difficult subject to learn as it requires strong spatial-visualisation abilities. Alongside […]

For many students, trigonometry is a difficult subject to learn as it requires strong spatial-visualisation abilities. Alongside […]

Dr Trisha Moore is a biological and agricultural engineer based at Kansas State University in the US. Her research is wide […]

Dr Trisha Moore is a biological and agricultural engineer based at Kansas State University in the US. Her research is wide […]

Every time we log in to our email account, post a picture on instagram or download a new game, we are putting our personal […]

Every time we log in to our email account, post a picture on instagram or download a new game, we are putting our personal […]

Geoscience is a challenging science to teach. It involves processes that occur over huge scales of time and space, and much […]

Geoscience is a challenging science to teach. It involves processes that occur over huge scales of time and space, and much […]

Everything in biology can be reduced to individual atoms. Working out how these atoms form molecules, how they interact […]

Everything in biology can be reduced to individual atoms. Working out how these atoms form molecules, how they interact […]

Dr Gerald Friedland, based at the University of California, Berkeley, investigates the science that underpins the fast-changing […]

Dr Gerald Friedland, based at the University of California, Berkeley, investigates the science that underpins the fast-changing […]

Dr Chris Marble is an environmental horticulturist based at the University of Florida in the US. His work focuses on developing […]

Dr Chris Marble is an environmental horticulturist based at the University of Florida in the US. His work focuses on developing […]

Dr Karyna Rosario is based within the Marine Genomics Laboratory at the University of South Florida in the US. Her research, focusing […]

Dr Karyna Rosario is based within the Marine Genomics Laboratory at the University of South Florida in the US. Her research, focusing […]

Dr Davide Bulgarelli, a scientist of the University of Dundee, based at the James Hutton Institute in Scotland, is studying […]

Dr Davide Bulgarelli, a scientist of the University of Dundee, based at the James Hutton Institute in Scotland, is studying […]

Dr Virginia Edgcomb heads a laboratory at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in the US. She spent three months […]

Dr Virginia Edgcomb heads a laboratory at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in the US. She spent three months […]

There is still a huge amount we do not know about the galaxy we inhabit. The majority of the Milky Way remains unmapped […]

There is still a huge amount we do not know about the galaxy we inhabit. The majority of the Milky Way remains unmapped […]

Dr Michael Webber, based at the University of Melbourne in Australia, is part of a team that is assessing China’s South-North […]

Dr Michael Webber, based at the University of Melbourne in Australia, is part of a team that is assessing China’s South-North […]

Most of us are aware of the looming threat of climate change. Addressing this global issue will take dedicated action at […]

Most of us are aware of the looming threat of climate change. Addressing this global issue will take dedicated action at […]

While the discipline of food science emerged in the 20th century, food processing has existed in one form or another for […]

While the discipline of food science emerged in the 20th century, food processing has existed in one form or another for […]

Dr Marianna Maiaru is part of the Windstar Center at the University of Massachusetts Lowell in the US. She is using her […]

Dr Marianna Maiaru is part of the Windstar Center at the University of Massachusetts Lowell in the US. She is using her […]

Professor Elena Gaura, Associate Dean of Research at Coventry University in the UK, believes that, “engineering can change […]

Professor Elena Gaura, Associate Dean of Research at Coventry University in the UK, believes that, “engineering can change […]

Dr Lakxmi Subramanian, based at Queen Mary University of London in the UK, is investigating how chromosomes segregate […]

Dr Lakxmi Subramanian, based at Queen Mary University of London in the UK, is investigating how chromosomes segregate […]

Whenever humankind believes it has control over the natural world, the weather likes to prove us wrong. Storms, floods and […]

Whenever humankind believes it has control over the natural world, the weather likes to prove us wrong. Storms, floods and […]

The University of Surrey’s Lifelong Health Initiative promotes interdisciplinary research across a broad spectrum. Its aim is to improve […]

The University of Surrey’s Lifelong Health Initiative promotes interdisciplinary research across a broad spectrum. Its aim is to improve […]

Professor Chang-Soo Kim leads a team based at the Missouri University of Science and Technology in the US. Their research is concerned […]

Professor Chang-Soo Kim leads a team based at the Missouri University of Science and Technology in the US. Their research is concerned […]

Molecular biology depends on laboratory experiments to uncover the secrets of organisms at the molecular level. Despite being […]

Molecular biology depends on laboratory experiments to uncover the secrets of organisms at the molecular level. Despite being […]

Professor Ann Matthysse is a geneticist based at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA. She is investigating E.coli […]

Professor Ann Matthysse is a geneticist based at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA. She is investigating E.coli […]

Maths may not always be a favourite area for biologists, but it is crucial to understanding science. After seeing biology students […]

Maths may not always be a favourite area for biologists, but it is crucial to understanding science. After seeing biology students […]

Most of the food products we humans consume each day have, at some point in the production cycle, been sprayed with pesticides […]

Most of the food products we humans consume each day have, at some point in the production cycle, been sprayed with pesticides […]

Dr Erin Peters-Burton is the Director of the Center for Social Equity Through Science Education, George Mason University, USA. She has […]

Dr Erin Peters-Burton is the Director of the Center for Social Equity Through Science Education, George Mason University, USA. She has […]

Dr Christian Nansen reimagines the school curriculum and places food at the centre of all subjects, from chemistry to history and maths […]

Dr Christian Nansen reimagines the school curriculum and places food at the centre of all subjects, from chemistry to history and maths […]

¿Qué podemos aprender de las proteinas vegetales ?

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Dr. Charles Stewart Jr.

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Dr Helen Bridle is an associate professor at Heriot-Watt University in the UK. One of her current research projects is focused on developing […]

Dr Helen Bridle is an associate professor at Heriot-Watt University in the UK. One of her current research projects is focused on developing […]

Dr April Ulery is based at New Mexico State University in the US and leads the raising the gates project. The aim of this initiative is to give […]

Dr April Ulery is based at New Mexico State University in the US and leads the raising the gates project. The aim of this initiative is to give […]

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Dr Dan Flippo is an associate professor at Kansas State University in the US. His laboratory, 2050RL, is trying to find technological solutions […]

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Access to STEM careers can be a challenge to students from underrepresented backgrounds and the National Astronomy Consortium […]

Access to STEM careers can be a challenge to students from underrepresented backgrounds and the National Astronomy Consortium […]

E=mc2 is arguably the most famous equation in the world, but is its description of the universe complete? Dr Matthew Redshaw, based […]

E=mc2 is arguably the most famous equation in the world, but is its description of the universe complete? Dr Matthew Redshaw, based […]

Professor Stephen Self has been studying volcanoes for more than 40 years. In that time, he has visited volcanoes all around the world […]

Professor Stephen Self has been studying volcanoes for more than 40 years. In that time, he has visited volcanoes all around the world […]

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What if yeast and bacteria could replace fossil fuels? Dr Alan Goddard and his team are working on the MeMBrane Project, which aims […]

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Farmers use chemical products to control weeds, pests and diseases. While they are extremely effective, relying solely on these products […]

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Professor János G Filep is an immunologist based at the University of Montreal in Canada. His work is concerned with understanding the […]

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Dr Charlotte Kirchhelle, based at the University of Oxford, is investigating the role of cell geometry in shaping plants’ organs – namely […]

Dr Charlotte Kirchhelle, based at the University of Oxford, is investigating the role of cell geometry in shaping plants’ organs – namely […]

Even though medicine has advanced a lot over the last century, there are still many unanswered questions. This is especially […]

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Carbon is the cornerstone of life on Earth and is constantly being transferred between the atmosphere and the Earth’s[…]

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¿Sabéis que las bandas no son solo delincuencia y violencia?

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Earthquakes are known for being dramatic and even catastrophic, but they are not the only way that the Earth moves […]

Earthquakes are known for being dramatic and even catastrophic, but they are not the only way that the Earth moves […]

As we become increasingly reliant on our electronic devices, it is becoming more important than ever to be cyber security aware […]

As we become increasingly reliant on our electronic devices, it is becoming more important than ever to be cyber security aware […]

Mining companies are having to look deeper in the Earth’s crust for copper and other precious metals, but how do they know where to […]

Mining companies are having to look deeper in the Earth’s crust for copper and other precious metals, but how do they know where to […]

A nematode worm called C. Elegans has a lifespan of about three weeks, so what can it tell us about how and why we age? Biogerontologist […]

A nematode worm called C. Elegans has a lifespan of about three weeks, so what can it tell us about how and why we age? Biogerontologist […]

Professor Sayantan Ghosal is an academic ambassador for ‘addressing inequalities’ at University of Glasgow in Scotland. His poverty and […]

Professor Sayantan Ghosal is an academic ambassador for ‘addressing inequalities’ at University of Glasgow in Scotland. His poverty and […]

The tectonic plates that make up the Earth’s crust are constantly shifting. When they collide, they can cause cataclysmic earthquakes […]

The tectonic plates that make up the Earth’s crust are constantly shifting. When they collide, they can cause cataclysmic earthquakes […]

Dr Fabio Costa, based at the University of Queensland in Australia, is investigating causal relations in quantum physics. The ultimate […]

Dr Fabio Costa, based at the University of Queensland in Australia, is investigating causal relations in quantum physics. The ultimate […]

Dr De Mi is a research fellow at the 5G Innovation Centre at the University of Surrey. He is involved in 5G-Xcast – a highly […]

Dr De Mi is a research fellow at the 5G Innovation Centre at the University of Surrey. He is involved in 5G-Xcast – a highly […]

As we become increasingly concerned about using the world’s resources more efficiently, the agriculture industry’s attention is […]

As we become increasingly concerned about using the world’s resources more efficiently, the agriculture industry’s attention is […]

As the world becomes ever more digitally connected, our systems must be updated to cope with these increasing flows of virtual […]

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Scientists working on the Animal Disease Biosecurity Coordinated Agricultural Project are investigating biosecurity measures designed […]

Scientists working on the Animal Disease Biosecurity Coordinated Agricultural Project are investigating biosecurity measures designed […]

For nearly three decades, lithium-ion batteries have been the dominant form of rechargeable energy storage. But is that about […]

For nearly three decades, lithium-ion batteries have been the dominant form of rechargeable energy storage. But is that about […]

The way our brains think about places is very different to the way computers store map locations. At the University of Melbourne, Dr […]

The way our brains think about places is very different to the way computers store map locations. At the University of Melbourne, Dr […]

Deborah Dunn-Walters is Professor of Immunology at the University of Surrey. Her research is focused on B cells and the role they play in […]

Deborah Dunn-Walters is Professor of Immunology at the University of Surrey. Her research is focused on B cells and the role they play in […]

Professor Zheng-Zheng Li, of Curtin University in Western Australia, has combined his love of travel with a life-long interest in nature to […]

Professor Zheng-Zheng Li, of Curtin University in Western Australia, has combined his love of travel with a life-long interest in nature to […]

In our modern age of “plant blindness” – where people underappreciate the plants around us – Professor Margaret Barbour and her PhD student, Richard[…]

In our modern age of “plant blindness” – where people underappreciate the plants around us – Professor Margaret Barbour and her PhD student, Richard[…]

Dr Kohyar Kiazad and his colleagues are looking into reasons why people working in STEM stay in – not leave – their jobs. With the Australian Government […]

Dr Kohyar Kiazad and his colleagues are looking into reasons why people working in STEM stay in – not leave – their jobs. With the Australian Government […]

The Gravitational-wave Excellence through Alliance Training (GrEAT) Network is bringing scientists in the UK and China together, and their collaboration […]

The Gravitational-wave Excellence through Alliance Training (GrEAT) Network is bringing scientists in the UK and China together, and their collaboration […]

Dr Leigh Orf was just five years old when his home was struck by lightning. Now an atmospheric scientist at the Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite […]

Dr Leigh Orf was just five years old when his home was struck by lightning. Now an atmospheric scientist at the Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite […]

Based at the Skidaway Institute of Oceanography and the University of Georgia Marine Extension in the US, Professor Jay Brandes and Dodie Sanders are […]

Based at the Skidaway Institute of Oceanography and the University of Georgia Marine Extension in the US, Professor Jay Brandes and Dodie Sanders are […]

Dr Paul Lasky, Senior Lecturer in the School of Physics and Astronomy at Monash University in Australia, tells us why the recent detection of gravitational […]

Dr Paul Lasky, Senior Lecturer in the School of Physics and Astronomy at Monash University in Australia, tells us why the recent detection of gravitational […]

Terri Camesano is a professor of chemical engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in the US. Much of her research is concerned with peptides, specifically their  […]

Terri Camesano is a professor of chemical engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in the US. Much of her research is concerned with peptides, specifically their […]

Dr Mark Tuckerman is a professor of chemistry and mathematics at New York University in the US. He’s investigating anion exchange fuel cells  – using […]

Dr Mark Tuckerman is a professor of chemistry and mathematics at New York University in the US. He’s investigating anion exchange fuel cells – using […]

Websites use algorithms to recommend music, tv and films that you’ll enjoy. But they could also be manipulating us and hiding the truth. Dr Elvira Perez Vallejos from […]

Websites use algorithms to recommend music, tv and films that you’ll enjoy. But they could also be manipulating us and hiding the truth. Dr Elvira Perez Vallejos from […]

Whether it’s the rubber in your Nike trainers, the metals in your iPhone or the sugar in your Coca-Cola, raw materials such as these go through a series of […]

Whether it’s the rubber in your Nike trainers, the metals in your iPhone or the sugar in your Coca-Cola, raw materials such as these go through a series of […]

Professor Bram Murton is the Associate Head of Marine Geoscience at the National Oceanography Centre in the UK. His research covers many areas, including the deep ocean […]

Professor Bram Murton is the Associate Head of Marine Geoscience at the National Oceanography Centre in the UK. His research covers many areas, including the deep ocean […]

As the climate warms, glaciers – the biggest reservoir of fresh water on the planet – are melting. But some are melting faster than others. Dr Ellyn Enderlin, Assistant Professor of […]

As the climate warms, glaciers – the biggest reservoir of fresh water on the planet – are melting. But some are melting faster than others. Dr Ellyn Enderlin, Assistant Professor of […]

Global warming, climate change, the greenhouse effect, increasing carbon dioxide levels: we have all heard of these worrying events, but what can we do about them? […]

Global warming, climate change, the greenhouse effect, increasing carbon dioxide levels: we have all heard of these worrying events, but what can we do about them? […]

Some animals are capable of pretty amazing feats when they get together. Ants, bees and fish may appear to be simple creatures, but their colonies, swarms and schools display complex […]

Some animals are capable of pretty amazing feats when they get together. Ants, bees and fish may appear to be simple creatures, but their colonies, swarms and schools display complex […]

Dr Jacek Dobaczewski, based at the University of York, is looking at ways to simplify a complex physics problem: how to better describe the atomic nucleus  – and it’s a […]

Dr Jacek Dobaczewski, based at the University of York, is looking at ways to simplify a complex physics problem: how to better describe the atomic nucleus – and it’s a […]

Professor Marc Frischer, from the University of Georgia’s Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, is investigating tiny ocean creatures known as doliolids and the food they eat. Why? […]

Professor Marc Frischer, from the University of Georgia’s Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, is investigating tiny ocean creatures known as doliolids and the food they eat. Why? […]

What if we could all explore space like the crew of the Starship Enterprise? The National Schools’ Observatory is giving everyone the chance to do just that with the world’s largest […]

What if we could all explore space like the crew of the Starship Enterprise? The National Schools’ Observatory is giving everyone the chance to do just that with the world’s largest […]

To prevent outbreaks of disease destroying wheat and other vital food crops, scientists from the Rothamsted Research and European Bioinformatics Institutes are […]

To prevent outbreaks of disease destroying wheat and other vital food crops, scientists from the Rothamsted Research and European Bioinformatics Institutes are […]

Dr Simon Rennie, based at the University of Exeter, is investigating Victorian poetry – specifically that from the Lancashire cotton famine. By uncovering texts that […]

Dr Simon Rennie, based at the University of Exeter, is investigating Victorian poetry – specifically that from the Lancashire cotton famine. By uncovering texts that […]

Dr Lori Eckhardt is investigating the cause of a deadly root disease – known as pine decline – in the southeastern United States. Using hyperspectral interferometry […]

Dr Lori Eckhardt is investigating the cause of a deadly root disease – known as pine decline – in the southeastern United States. Using hyperspectral interferometry […]

Climate change and a growing population are putting pressure on our global water resources, especially those used for agriculture. How can we respond to this challenge […]

Climate change and a growing population are putting pressure on our global water resources, especially those used for agriculture. How can we respond to this challenge […]

Undergraduate scientists at the University of Saint Francis are receiving scholarships from the National Science Foundation to learn and share their knowledge with […]

Undergraduate scientists at the University of Saint Francis are receiving scholarships from the National Science Foundation to learn and share their knowledge with […]

Scientists used to think that only tsunamis were capable of moving gigantic rocks far inland and above high water. Geologist Dr Rónadh Cox now has the evidence[…]

Scientists used to think that only tsunamis were capable of moving gigantic rocks far inland and above high water. Geologist Dr Rónadh Cox now has the evidence[…]

Earthquakes occur often, and they can wreak havoc on infrastructure such as buildings and roads. Of course, earthquakes are a natural occurrence, but how can city planners […]

Earthquakes occur often, and they can wreak havoc on infrastructure such as buildings and roads. Of course, earthquakes are a natural occurrence, but how can city planners […]

Sarah McAnulty from the University of Connecticut is looking at a very intriguing relationship between a bacteria and bobtail squid. Why? Her work could tell us a […]

Sarah McAnulty from the University of Connecticut is looking at a very intriguing relationship between a bacteria and bobtail squid. Why? Her work could tell us a […]

Full liver transplants are the main treatment option for severe liver disease, but suitable donors are in short supply. Could stem cell technology, in which healthy liver […]

Full liver transplants are the main treatment option for severe liver disease, but suitable donors are in short supply. Could stem cell technology, in which healthy liver […]

Modern society is increasingly reliant on devices that run on light, but there’s a global shortage of optics and photonics technicians. Dr Alexis Vogt of Monroe […]

Modern society is increasingly reliant on devices that run on light, but there’s a global shortage of optics and photonics technicians. Dr Alexis Vogt of Monroe […]

Focusing on the positives and joyful moments in our lives can help us to build resilience, cope with challenges and be the best we can be. But can an app […]

Focusing on the positives and joyful moments in our lives can help us to build resilience, cope with challenges and be the best we can be. But can an app […]

Dr Andrea Holmes and her team at Doane University have developed nanoprinted sensors that can identify unknown substances, but why is this important?

Dr Andrea Holmes and her team at Doane University have developed nanoprinted sensors that can identify unknown substances, but why is this important?

Entendiendo las células y fomentando el amor por la ciencia

Entendiendo las células y fomentando el amor por la ciencia

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Assessing species’ risk of extinction is essential for effective conservation efforts. However, this assessment does not tell the whole story […]

Assessing species’ risk of extinction is essential for effective conservation efforts. However, this assessment does not tell the whole story […]

The Understanding Society project, run by the University of Essex in the UK, is a gigantic long term study that interviews households yearly […]

The Understanding Society project, run by the University of Essex in the UK, is a gigantic long term study that interviews households yearly […]

How much influence do industries have over the regulatory agencies responsible for policing these same industries? This is what Dr Eva […]

How much influence do industries have over the regulatory agencies responsible for policing these same industries? This is what Dr Eva […]

Dr Brice Orange and Dr David Morris form part of the team based at the Etelman Observatory in the US Virgin Islands, an establishment […]

Dr Brice Orange and Dr David Morris form part of the team based at the Etelman Observatory in the US Virgin Islands, an establishment […]

The ocean has an incredible capacity to store carbon. It has been absorbing one third of humanity’s emissions over the last century or two […]

The ocean has an incredible capacity to store carbon. It has been absorbing one third of humanity’s emissions over the last century or two […]

A chance discovery of an unusual oscillatory reaction by a Russian chemist nearly 70 years ago has paved the way for some potentially […]

A chance discovery of an unusual oscillatory reaction by a Russian chemist nearly 70 years ago has paved the way for some potentially […]

Professor Zhigang Zhu is a computer scientist based at The City College of New York in the US. He and his collaborators have established […]

Professor Zhigang Zhu is a computer scientist based at The City College of New York in the US. He and his collaborators have established […]

The Tower of Hanoi is a beguiling puzzle that has entranced mathematicians for almost 140 years. Despite its apparent simplicity, it […]

The Tower of Hanoi is a beguiling puzzle that has entranced mathematicians for almost 140 years. Despite its apparent simplicity, it […]

Dr Pascale V. Guillot, based at the University College London Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Institute for Women’s Health. She is leading a […]

Dr Pascale V. Guillot, based at the University College London Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Institute for Women’s Health. She is leading a […]

In the past, biologists believed that all jellyfish propel themselves forward by rapidly squirting water out from their pulsating bells. However […]

In the past, biologists believed that all jellyfish propel themselves forward by rapidly squirting water out from their pulsating bells. However […]

Plants coordinate their growth through hormones – chemical messengers that instruct cells to do certain activities. Dr Alexander Jones […]

Plants coordinate their growth through hormones – chemical messengers that instruct cells to do certain activities. Dr Alexander Jones […]

Students of colour continue to be underrepresented within STEM. Opportunity gaps between different groups of people make it […]

Students of colour continue to be underrepresented within STEM. Opportunity gaps between different groups of people make it […]

Dr Catherine Brissette, based at the Department of Biomedical Sciences at the University of North Dakota in the US, is engaged in a project […]

Dr Catherine Brissette, based at the Department of Biomedical Sciences at the University of North Dakota in the US, is engaged in a project […]

The Universe is filled with one billion trillion stars – look at the sky on a clear night and the few thousand that are visible are incredible to […]

The Universe is filled with one billion trillion stars – look at the sky on a clear night and the few thousand that are visible are incredible to […]

Yashaswi Nalawade is currently working on her PHD in Professor Jonathan Coleman’s Laboratory at Trinity College in Ireland. The team is […]

Yashaswi Nalawade is currently working on her PHD in Professor Jonathan Coleman’s Laboratory at Trinity College in Ireland. The team is […]

Professor Klara Nahrstedt, of the University of Illinois at Urbanachampaign, USA, leads the Senselet project, which is designed to monitor […]

Professor Klara Nahrstedt, of the University of Illinois at Urbanachampaign, USA, leads the Senselet project, which is designed to monitor […]

Metabolism is an essential feature of life. All biological processes, such as photosynthesis, respiration and digestion, depend on various […]

Metabolism is an essential feature of life. All biological processes, such as photosynthesis, respiration and digestion, depend on various […]

For centuries, Native Americans have relied on their knowledge about the environment to survive. This knowledge has been passed down […]

For centuries, Native Americans have relied on their knowledge about the environment to survive. This knowledge has been passed down […]

Dr Thomas Volz, based at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia, uses quantum optics tools and methods to identify materials that will […]

Dr Thomas Volz, based at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia, uses quantum optics tools and methods to identify materials that will […]

Dr Lachlan Rogers, based at the University of Newcastle in Australia, is investigating diamond colour centres. The ultimate aim is to enable […]

Dr Lachlan Rogers, based at the University of Newcastle in Australia, is investigating diamond colour centres. The ultimate aim is to enable […]

At his lab at the University of Southern California in the US, Professor James Boedicker and his team focus on understanding the rules that […]

At his lab at the University of Southern California in the US, Professor James Boedicker and his team focus on understanding the rules that […]

Having a lower income can make the student experience much more challenging, leading to greater drop-out rates and higher levels […]

Having a lower income can make the student experience much more challenging, leading to greater drop-out rates and higher levels […]

Professor Marianne Berwick is a highly inspirational cancer researcher with a particular interest in melanoma. Her atypical career pathway saw […]

Professor Marianne Berwick is a highly inspirational cancer researcher with a particular interest in melanoma. Her atypical career pathway saw […]

Dr Jadranka Šepić forms part of a geophysics team based at the University of Split in Croatia. Her work is primarily focused on understanding […]

Dr Jadranka Šepić forms part of a geophysics team based at the University of Split in Croatia. Her work is primarily focused on understanding […]

Dr Jay Nadeau, based at Portland State University, USA, is on a quest to find life in extreme environments. Her findings could help inform […]

Dr Jay Nadeau, based at Portland State University, USA, is on a quest to find life in extreme environments. Her findings could help inform […]

Dr Xiaoming Yu is based within CREOL, the College of Optics and Photonics at the University of Central Florida in the US. He is working […]

Dr Xiaoming Yu is based within CREOL, the College of Optics and Photonics at the University of Central Florida in the US. He is working […]

Professor Yves Dufrêne is a researcher in nanobiophysics with an interest in methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) bacterial […]

Professor Yves Dufrêne is a researcher in nanobiophysics with an interest in methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) bacterial […]

We all know the climate is changing but predicting what this means for weather systems is no easy matter. Professor Zhengyu Liu and […]

We all know the climate is changing but predicting what this means for weather systems is no easy matter. Professor Zhengyu Liu and […]

Although incredibly useful to detect a wide range of conditions, from broken bones to decaying teeth, an X-ray or a CT scan carries […]

Although incredibly useful to detect a wide range of conditions, from broken bones to decaying teeth, an X-ray or a CT scan carries […]

Trillions of tiny bits of plastic – known as microplastics – contaminate our environment. Among these are microfibres – very small […]

Trillions of tiny bits of plastic – known as microplastics – contaminate our environment. Among these are microfibres – very small […]

Tropical forests are made up of hundreds of tree species. Knowing what forests are made of at the individual tree level can unlock many […]

Tropical forests are made up of hundreds of tree species. Knowing what forests are made of at the individual tree level can unlock many […]

Professor Basudeb Saha is Founder and President of RiKarbon, a company that produces cost-competitive and environmentally sustainable […]

Professor Basudeb Saha is Founder and President of RiKarbon, a company that produces cost-competitive and environmentally sustainable […]

A raindrop falling onto the ocean seems like a simple event, but behind this, there is an incredibly complex sequence of physical processes. Dr […]

A raindrop falling onto the ocean seems like a simple event, but behind this, there is an incredibly complex sequence of physical processes. Dr […]

Teenagers often feel passionately about environmental issues, but it can be hard to act on these concerns. Professor Sander Thomaes, from […]

Teenagers often feel passionately about environmental issues, but it can be hard to act on these concerns. Professor Sander Thomaes, from […]

Reading is perhaps the most complex skill we learn; it involves turning intricate sequences of symbols into something coherent inside our […]

Reading is perhaps the most complex skill we learn; it involves turning intricate sequences of symbols into something coherent inside our […]

The Earth’s climate is changing due to greenhouse gas emissions resulting from human activity. Being able to predict these changes is […]

The Earth’s climate is changing due to greenhouse gas emissions resulting from human activity. Being able to predict these changes is […]

Dr James Tanton is the founder of the Global Math Project, a worldwide movement of teachers committed to inspiring a love of mathematics […]

Dr James Tanton is the founder of the Global Math Project, a worldwide movement of teachers committed to inspiring a love of mathematics […]

Everyone knows that the detonation of nuclear weapons would be very bad news, but their devastation is not only limited to their immediate […]

Everyone knows that the detonation of nuclear weapons would be very bad news, but their devastation is not only limited to their immediate […]

Scientists have been inspired by the natural world since time immemorial. Professor Kristi Morgansen, of the University of Washington in […]

Scientists have been inspired by the natural world since time immemorial. Professor Kristi Morgansen, of the University of Washington in […]

Dr Natalia Rivera-Torres is conducting sickle cell research at Christianacare’s Gene Editing Institute in Delaware in the US. The institute […]

Dr Natalia Rivera-Torres is conducting sickle cell research at Christianacare’s Gene Editing Institute in Delaware in the US. The institute […]

Dr Solange Duhamel and Dr Christopher Hamilton, based at the University of Arizona, have brought together their respective expertise in […]

Dr Solange Duhamel and Dr Christopher Hamilton, based at the University of Arizona, have brought together their respective expertise in […]

Dr Jonas Pontusson leads the Unequal Democracies programme based at the University of Geneva in Switzerland. The project explores […]

Dr Jonas Pontusson leads the Unequal Democracies programme based at the University of Geneva in Switzerland. The project explores […]

Dr April Hiscox, based at the University of South Carolina, USA, is one of the principal investigators of the SAVANT Project, which looks at […]

Dr April Hiscox, based at the University of South Carolina, USA, is one of the principal investigators of the SAVANT Project, which looks at […]

Extracting carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and turning it into something useful could be a key tool for tackling climate change […]

Extracting carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and turning it into something useful could be a key tool for tackling climate change […]

We are bombarded by the media with endless news about gang violence and criminal activities. However, a group of scientists want to […]

We are bombarded by the media with endless news about gang violence and criminal activities. However, a group of scientists want to […]

Many STEM fields continue to suffer from a lack of diversity – people from minority backgrounds miss out on rewarding careers and […]

Many STEM fields continue to suffer from a lack of diversity – people from minority backgrounds miss out on rewarding careers and […]

Prosthetic legs have enabled thousands of people with a disability walk, but artificial limbs can be stiff and uncomfortable to use. Dr Elliott […]

Prosthetic legs have enabled thousands of people with a disability walk, but artificial limbs can be stiff and uncomfortable to use. Dr Elliott […]

It’s commonly known that many fields of STEM, in particular engineering and computer science, suffer from a lack of diversity. Tackling this […]

It’s commonly known that many fields of STEM, in particular engineering and computer science, suffer from a lack of diversity. Tackling this […]

Geoscience is a challenging science to teach. It involves processes that occur over huge scales of time and space, and much of its subject […]

Geoscience is a challenging science to teach. It involves processes that occur over huge scales of time and space, and much of its subject […]

One of the greatest challenges in modern science is how to get useful conclusions from massive datasets. Dr Eric Chi, of North Carolina […]

One of the greatest challenges in modern science is how to get useful conclusions from massive datasets. Dr Eric Chi, of North Carolina […]

Clean water is our most important natural resource. We need a reliable supply of drinking water to live. We also need water for industry […]

Clean water is our most important natural resource. We need a reliable supply of drinking water to live. We also need water for industry […]

Science and business are often treated as two separate disciplines, which leads to problems. Scientists may lack the business sense to […]

Science and business are often treated as two separate disciplines, which leads to problems. Scientists may lack the business sense to […]

Dr Wenping Yin, based at Monash University in Australia, forms part of a team working at the ARC Centre of Excellence in Exciton Science. Her […]

Dr Wenping Yin, based at Monash University in Australia, forms part of a team working at the ARC Centre of Excellence in Exciton Science. Her […]

Dr Verónica Segarra is a cell biologist based at High Point University in North Carolina, USA. In addition to her research on how cells respond […]

Dr Verónica Segarra is a cell biologist based at High Point University in North Carolina, USA. In addition to her research on how cells respond […]

Dr Shad Nelson and his team, based at Texas A&M University-Kingsville in the US, are passionate about increasing the number of hispanics […]

Dr Shad Nelson and his team, based at Texas A&M University-Kingsville in the US, are passionate about increasing the number of hispanics […]

Dr S. Camille Peres is based at Texas A&M University in the US. what shines through most of all is her love and fascination for her work […]

Dr S. Camille Peres is based at Texas A&M University in the US. what shines through most of all is her love and fascination for her work […]

The field of geoscience is rapidly expanding in many parts of the world, as we seek more sophisticated ways to gather energy and use […]

The field of geoscience is rapidly expanding in many parts of the world, as we seek more sophisticated ways to gather energy and use […]

Dr Mark Rentschler, based at the University of Colorado Boulder in the US, leads a team focused on developing mobile robotic capsule […]

Dr Mark Rentschler, based at the University of Colorado Boulder in the US, leads a team focused on developing mobile robotic capsule […]

Climate change is destined to be a major challenge for society, and tackling it effectively relies upon us knowing what we are dealing with. […]

Climate change is destined to be a major challenge for society, and tackling it effectively relies upon us knowing what we are dealing with. […]

The Queen Mary University of London’s Professor Kate Spencer and Dr Jonathan Wheatland are on a quest to understand how […]

The Queen Mary University of London’s Professor Kate Spencer and Dr Jonathan Wheatland are on a quest to understand how […]

Dr Peter Wizinowich, based at W. M. Keck Observatory in Hawaii, is an engineer who specialises in optical sciences in astrophysics […]

Dr Peter Wizinowich, based at W. M. Keck Observatory in Hawaii, is an engineer who specialises in optical sciences in astrophysics […]

Patterns are everywhere in nature, from seasons to colour schemes to heartbeats. The more you look, the more you find, and the […]

Patterns are everywhere in nature, from seasons to colour schemes to heartbeats. The more you look, the more you find, and the […]

Dr Wouter Deconinck, based at the University of Manitoba in Canada, is part of the team working on the electron-ion collider. Once […]

Dr Wouter Deconinck, based at the University of Manitoba in Canada, is part of the team working on the electron-ion collider. Once […]

Dr Liz Johnson is a STEM education specialist based at Southern Research in Alabama, USA. She implements an outreach programme […]

Dr Liz Johnson is a STEM education specialist based at Southern Research in Alabama, USA. She implements an outreach programme […]

The Physical Sciences Scholars Program has been established to help chemistry, geology and physics students at Bucknell University in […]

The Physical Sciences Scholars Program has been established to help chemistry, geology and physics students at Bucknell University in […]

Our devices store certain data temporarily in hardware caches, which allow data to be accessed faster. However, the system does […]

Our devices store certain data temporarily in hardware caches, which allow data to be accessed faster. However, the system does […]

Six universities are involved in a collaborative research project to introduce a special type of resilient timber building across the […]

Six universities are involved in a collaborative research project to introduce a special type of resilient timber building across the […]

Dr Sam Ballas is based at Florida State University in the US. His research focus is on geometry and surfaces, which is a branch […]

Dr Sam Ballas is based at Florida State University in the US. His research focus is on geometry and surfaces, which is a branch […]

For many students, trigonometry is a difficult subject to learn as it requires strong spatial-visualisation abilities. Alongside […]

For many students, trigonometry is a difficult subject to learn as it requires strong spatial-visualisation abilities. Alongside […]

Dr Trisha Moore is a biological and agricultural engineer based at Kansas State University in the US. Her research is wide […]

Dr Trisha Moore is a biological and agricultural engineer based at Kansas State University in the US. Her research is wide […]

Every time we log in to our email account, post a picture on instagram or download a new game, we are putting our personal […]

Every time we log in to our email account, post a picture on instagram or download a new game, we are putting our personal […]

Geoscience is a challenging science to teach. It involves processes that occur over huge scales of time and space, and much […]

Geoscience is a challenging science to teach. It involves processes that occur over huge scales of time and space, and much […]

Everything in biology can be reduced to individual atoms. Working out how these atoms form molecules, how they interact […]

Everything in biology can be reduced to individual atoms. Working out how these atoms form molecules, how they interact […]

Dr Gerald Friedland, based at the University of California, Berkeley, investigates the science that underpins the fast-changing […]

Dr Gerald Friedland, based at the University of California, Berkeley, investigates the science that underpins the fast-changing […]

Dr Chris Marble is an environmental horticulturist based at the University of Florida in the US. His work focuses on developing […]

Dr Chris Marble is an environmental horticulturist based at the University of Florida in the US. His work focuses on developing […]

Dr Karyna Rosario is based within the Marine Genomics Laboratory at the University of South Florida in the US. Her research, focusing […]

Dr Karyna Rosario is based within the Marine Genomics Laboratory at the University of South Florida in the US. Her research, focusing […]

Dr Davide Bulgarelli, a scientist of the University of Dundee, based at the James Hutton Institute in Scotland, is studying […]

Dr Davide Bulgarelli, a scientist of the University of Dundee, based at the James Hutton Institute in Scotland, is studying […]

Dr Virginia Edgcomb heads a laboratory at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in the US. She spent three months […]

Dr Virginia Edgcomb heads a laboratory at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in the US. She spent three months […]

There is still a huge amount we do not know about the galaxy we inhabit. The majority of the Milky Way remains unmapped […]

There is still a huge amount we do not know about the galaxy we inhabit. The majority of the Milky Way remains unmapped […]

Dr Michael Webber, based at the University of Melbourne in Australia, is part of a team that is assessing China’s South-North […]

Dr Michael Webber, based at the University of Melbourne in Australia, is part of a team that is assessing China’s South-North […]

Most of us are aware of the looming threat of climate change. Addressing this global issue will take dedicated action at […]

Most of us are aware of the looming threat of climate change. Addressing this global issue will take dedicated action at […]

While the discipline of food science emerged in the 20th century, food processing has existed in one form or another for […]

While the discipline of food science emerged in the 20th century, food processing has existed in one form or another for […]

Dr Marianna Maiaru is part of the Windstar Center at the University of Massachusetts Lowell in the US. She is using her […]

Dr Marianna Maiaru is part of the Windstar Center at the University of Massachusetts Lowell in the US. She is using her […]

Professor Elena Gaura, Associate Dean of Research at Coventry University in the UK, believes that, “engineering can change […]

Professor Elena Gaura, Associate Dean of Research at Coventry University in the UK, believes that, “engineering can change […]

Dr Lakxmi Subramanian, based at Queen Mary University of London in the UK, is investigating how chromosomes segregate […]

Dr Lakxmi Subramanian, based at Queen Mary University of London in the UK, is investigating how chromosomes segregate […]

Whenever humankind believes it has control over the natural world, the weather likes to prove us wrong. Storms, floods and […]

Whenever humankind believes it has control over the natural world, the weather likes to prove us wrong. Storms, floods and […]

The University of Surrey’s Lifelong Health Initiative promotes interdisciplinary research across a broad spectrum. Its aim is to improve […]

The University of Surrey’s Lifelong Health Initiative promotes interdisciplinary research across a broad spectrum. Its aim is to improve […]

Professor Chang-Soo Kim leads a team based at the Missouri University of Science and Technology in the US. Their research is concerned […]

Professor Chang-Soo Kim leads a team based at the Missouri University of Science and Technology in the US. Their research is concerned […]

Molecular biology depends on laboratory experiments to uncover the secrets of organisms at the molecular level. Despite being […]

Molecular biology depends on laboratory experiments to uncover the secrets of organisms at the molecular level. Despite being […]

Professor Ann Matthysse is a geneticist based at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA. She is investigating E.coli […]

Professor Ann Matthysse is a geneticist based at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA. She is investigating E.coli […]

Maths may not always be a favourite area for biologists, but it is crucial to understanding science. After seeing biology students […]

Maths may not always be a favourite area for biologists, but it is crucial to understanding science. After seeing biology students […]

Most of the food products we humans consume each day have, at some point in the production cycle, been sprayed with pesticides […]

Most of the food products we humans consume each day have, at some point in the production cycle, been sprayed with pesticides […]

Dr Erin Peters-Burton is the Director of the Center for Social Equity Through Science Education, George Mason University, USA. She has […]

Dr Erin Peters-Burton is the Director of the Center for Social Equity Through Science Education, George Mason University, USA. She has […]

Dr Christian Nansen reimagines the school curriculum and places food at the centre of all subjects, from chemistry to history and maths […]

Dr Christian Nansen reimagines the school curriculum and places food at the centre of all subjects, from chemistry to history and maths […]

¿Qué podemos aprender de las proteinas vegetales ?

¿Qué podemos aprender de las proteinas vegetales ?

Dr. Charles Stewart Jr.

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Rendre les radiographies plus sûres et efficaces

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Dr Helen Bridle is an associate professor at Heriot-Watt University in the UK. One of her current research projects is focused on developing […]

Dr Helen Bridle is an associate professor at Heriot-Watt University in the UK. One of her current research projects is focused on developing […]

Dr April Ulery is based at New Mexico State University in the US and leads the raising the gates project. The aim of this initiative is to give […]

Dr April Ulery is based at New Mexico State University in the US and leads the raising the gates project. The aim of this initiative is to give […]

L’UTILISATION DE LA NANOTECHNOLOGIE POUR SURMONTER L’ADHÉRENCE DE LA BACTÉRIE PATHOGÈNE STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS

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Dr Dan Flippo is an associate professor at Kansas State University in the US. His laboratory, 2050RL, is trying to find technological solutions […]

Dr Dan Flippo is an associate professor at Kansas State University in the US. His laboratory, 2050RL, is trying to find technological solutions […]

Access to STEM careers can be a challenge to students from underrepresented backgrounds and the National Astronomy Consortium […]

Access to STEM careers can be a challenge to students from underrepresented backgrounds and the National Astronomy Consortium […]

E=mc2 is arguably the most famous equation in the world, but is its description of the universe complete? Dr Matthew Redshaw, based […]

E=mc2 is arguably the most famous equation in the world, but is its description of the universe complete? Dr Matthew Redshaw, based […]

Professor Stephen Self has been studying volcanoes for more than 40 years. In that time, he has visited volcanoes all around the world […]

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