Science

Carbon dioxide levels have risen dangerously (again)

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The levels of CO2 in the atmosphere has passed yet another long-feared milestone. What is next? ...

Does language used for encouragement influence girls’ engagement in science?

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Language may play an important role in shaping young girls' perception of science. ...

Bionic mushroom makes electricity

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Photosynthetic bacteria growing on mushrooms? Photosynthetic bacteria growing on mushrooms! ...

Women scientists get paid less than men

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The gender pay gap has been an issue in many industries, and now science has joined them. ...

A bit of Earth on the moon?

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The Apollo 14 astronauts may have brought back a small piece of Earth, along with the moon rocks. ...

The cause of Alzheimer’s disease may have finally been identified

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Researchers believe that they have finally identified the elusive cause of Alzheimer's - and it's a bacterium. ...

A Day in the Life of a Science Journalist

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Tom Ireland gives us a glimpse into the life of a science journalist. ...

CRISPR babies born in China – why gene editing is a positive medical breakthrough

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Erin Holley discusses how the ''CRISPR babies'' may actually open up new avenues for cutting edge genetic treatments. ...

Cracking the Christmas Hangover – Top Tips and Tricks

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It's the most wonderful time of the year. Here's how to keep it that way. ...

World’s first genetically modified babies?

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A Chinese scientist's claims of creating the first genetically engineered babies have shocked the scientific community. But is this true, and what are its implications?...