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Black Inspirations: Maggie Aderin-Pocock

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Lily Holbrook on her inspiration, black scientist Maggie Aderin-Pocock...

How are viruses and diseases classified, and what does this mean?

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An early misconception with COVID-19  was that it was just ‘like the flu’ virus. The symptoms are alike but as we now know the diseases are completely...

Australia’s Prime Minister Awards Tackle Sexism in STEM

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Emma Monaghan on a record-breaking year for Australian women in science...

Denying death: How our brains process our inescapable end

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Editor of The Courier, Grace Dean, on how our brains seem reluctant to accept one's own end as opposed to accepting the demise of others...

A Giant Step For Womankind

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Patrycja Ubysz reports on NASA's first ever all-female spacewalk...

Meat grown on the ISS may be the solution to food security crisis

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Could the future for food sources on earth be outside it? An Israeli company certainly seems to be taking steps in that direction with meat grown for the first time in outer space...

Medicine is in the mind

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Scientists have recently discovered a way to effectively push drugs into your brain. Read on to find out more......

Facts to fake news? A climate of falsehoods

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Has the Trump administration's gone too far this time when it comes to its interference in science? A task force report certainly thinks so....

Death of Alexei Leonov: The Soviet Cosmonaut

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An article in memory of Alexei Leonov - the first man to walk in space - who passed away recently....

UK Wildlife faces down the threat of extinction

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A recent report released by the State of Nature has found that UK wildlife is now changing at a rate quicker than ever, with over half of the 7000 species studied experiencing...