Megan Pierce relates the struggles of being a woman in STEM and spotlights young aspiring astronaut, Alyssa Carson.
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.
Ahead of the COVID-19 origins report, Lara Shoesmith explores the theory that the virus was created in a lab.
“Is the microphone on? Is it really on? Is my English ok? Because I’m beginning to wonder.”
New research has found magnetically-charged rocks which may be able to tell us about our past climate…
Studies have shown a worldwide reduction in air pollution as a result of the national lockdowns… could the COVID-19 pandemic be guiding us towards a greener future?
New research has found a new way spiders are catching their prey… and a new kind of prey…
For LGBTQ+ history month, Tharushi Wijesiri delves into the life of a hero whose actions saved millions of lives during WW2.
Ella Spittall speaks to Professor Alex O’Neill from the University of Leeds about one of the biggest global killers.
Scientists have found a gene which may be causing those over the age of 5 to wet the bed…
A tale of wombats, excrement, and scientific research.
Some people can’t visualise an image in their mind… and here’s why.