Science

Science Friction

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David Leighton investigates the electrifying origin of Frankenstein’s Monster, appraising the science fiction genre and looking at what drives such imaginative narratives of...

Unveiling: the invisibility cloak

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Scientists may have cracked the art of invisibility but Leo Bear-McGuiness claims to see straight through it...

So you think you can science?

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Sakura Brandi explains why it won’t take a rocket scientist to contribute to meaningful research. Conversely, James Fryett reasons that scientific investigation is perhaps best...

Follow the law of the lab

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Amanda Yap gives you a helping hand to make sure you’re not being that guy...

Science of happiness #1

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Anna Jastrzembska explains why it’s okay to have another slice. Or two....

Word of the week – Hangry

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Ciara Ritson-Courtney explains why you get angry when you're hungry....

Dr Delany captures our coast

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Newcastle University-based scientists start the biggest marine ciziten science project in the UK...

The truth is out there

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Astronomical discovery inspires former editor Jack Marley to ask more down-to-Earth questions...

GM in the EU

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Anthony McGarry investigates the wider implications on food security and other industries...