Scientists from Baylor University, Texas have found that a special incentive – in which students received extra marks on final exams for getting at least 8 hours of sleep – improved their grades.
The Hour of Code is a worldwide movement encouraging kids to delve into the weird and wonderful world of coding.
The IPCC has again convened to discuss how to address global warming. Their report has highlighted that to prevent future temperature increases, rapid, far-reaching and unprecedented changes in all aspects of society will be required
The World Science Festival has created a new initiative – the World Science Scholars programme – and it aims to expand upon the mathematical prowess of talented STEM students.
To the extent that we let it, society and the media can govern the way we act, think, and view ourselves and others. Of course, this phenomenon greatly affects women.
In the wrong hands, digital technologies and the internet can be incredibly damaging. Misinformation, inappropriate content and divisiveness can spread like wild fire by these means.
Geneticists study genes, heredity, and genetic variation. One of the main reasons they do this is to better understand disease and ageing.
Most of us will have heard of “big bang” in some form or another. For example, there’s the nerdy sitcom called the ‘The Big Bang Theory’.
The winners of Nobel Prizes for Chemistry, Physics, Medicine, Peace and Economic Science were announced earlier this month.
UK youth are glued to their devices more than ever before. And according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS) they are stealing time from other activities to allow for it.
Oxford University’s student-run magazine The Oxford Scientist is calling for budding young science writers.
Have you heard of the “Fourth Industrial Revolution”? No, it’s not an indie band. It’s not another tragic Steven Segal movie.