Red, amber, green chemistry
A group of researchers at the University of York have developed a toolkit which measures the green-ness of chemical reactions using a traffic light system
What determines our preference for how we and other people smell?
This year’s iGEM team are looking to clean Yorkshire waste water using genetically modified bacteria
What’s going on in your head when you daydream? Vanessa Lloyd talks to Dr Jonathan Smallwood about mind wandering
Whether it’s the sheer satisfaction of clicking a final piece into place or the indescribable pain of discovering a small…
Filip Preoteasa talks to Greg Clarks, the Science, University and Cities Minister for the UK
This week, our planet exceeded four of our nine planetary safe zones: nearly half way towards the destabilization of our…
An IUD or “the coil” is less prone to error than condoms or the pill
Fortification can be a useful way to provide essential nutrients to a population, but what are the effects of adding supplements to our drinks?
Epilepsy causes repeated seizures, and is estimated to affect more than 500,000 people in the UK
Scientists have been studying how people study so that you can study better
This instalment isn’t actually debunking. Sorry. It is about a contentious issue though