To celebrate International Women’s Month, the Science section has decided to shout about some of the lesser-known women in the field who are smashing it out of the park, despite fighting against systematic hurdles.
“Is the microphone on? Is it really on? Is my English ok? Because I’m beginning to wonder.”
Morwenna Davies chats to BUSHROD, Banbury’s finest rapper
Morwenna Davies takes a look at the life and achievements of “The Peanut Man”.
A delve into the reasons why the achievements of Black scientists have not been recognised by the Nobel Prize.
A collection of the worst and most painful science mistakes Hollywood has to offer.
Astronomers have identified a new “mini moon” which is currently orbiting the Earth, and may have been doing so for a while now without any of us realising. The mysterious mass was first identified on […]
A new ground-breaking research project, co-led by scientists at the University of Leeds, is attempting to make sense of one of the biggest mysteries in our skies: clouds. The high-tech five week survey will analyse […]
The UK’s Prime Minister delivered a thought-provoking speech at the United Nations General Assembly in September 2019 on modern advances in technology. While the speech featured some important themes and delivered an ultimately powerful message […]
To celebrate the release of their much anticipated new album Everyday Life, Coldplay, one of the world’s biggest bands, has decided to travel back in time to the days when sell-out world tours were a […]
Marketed as the healthy alternative to cigarettes, they may not be as safe as you think… E-cigarettes and vaping products have taken the market by storm in recent years by being marketed as a safer […]
This year marked the sixth anniversary of the UK Congress on Obesity (UKCO), which was held at the University of Leeds from the 11th to the 13th September. The Congress featured numerous events under the […]