Sci+Tech
Harriet Gould
December 2017
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Why are we not immune to the flu?
Find out how the flu virus changes in order to evade our immune system.
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Could a HPV free future become a reality?
How the implementation of the HPV vaccine is helping to reduce cervical cancer in the UK.
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How to Make Diamonds Change Colour
Discover how of some of the most expensive and stunning diamonds in the world are formed.
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June 2017
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Helping solve World Hunger by modifying photosynthesis
To feed our rapidly growing population the need for new ways of growing food is greater than ever.
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Could embryonic stem cells be the cure to type 1 diabetes?
A potential hope for a condition that as yet has no cure.
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Why does chocolate make us happy?
The science behind chocolate. Find out about the chemicals in chocolate and how they work in our brain to make us happy.
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January 2017
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Dangerous minds
Will understanding the psychological basis for terrorism help us counter it?
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France, Femme and Physics
Not only did she hold a name of brilliant length, but a mind of natural genius, yet you've probably never heard of her.
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Could Phage Therapy be the solution to the antibiotic resistance epidemic?
A remedy for the antibiotic resistance crisis?
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November 2016
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When Meteorology Meets Meteors
Heavy rains on Galloway for a week in the name of science: a lot more fun than it sounds.
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Fracking Using a Microwave?
Could using microwaves be the green, clean future to fracking, or just a cheap alternative?
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Maths – The Driving Force Behind GPS
How simple maths underpins our navigational systems.
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Issue 11
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SUPERFOOD
Nutritional health myths debunked
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God save our noble planet
How far is royal patronage 'bearding the lion' of species decline?
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Bose Einstein Condensate: Producing a Quantum Material
The incredible quantum physics underpinning this alien state of matter
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Issue 10
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Fast, Messy and Magnetic
What do I see in physics?
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A Very Dark Matter
The most mysterious "stuff" in the universe?
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Is there Life on Mars?
Are we alone?
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Hemp
The benefits of canabis' close relative
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Robots - the new culture?
Just how far will technology go?
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Issue 9
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The advantages of being bilingual
Bilingualism and its benefits in a modern world
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The Changing role of Medicine
Medicine has come a long way in it's long history
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Researchers at Imperial College London plot career change to bank robbery
Who said academics needed grants?
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Is Science worth it?
Robert Nash justifies his future salary
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Why Siri's big bro might just kill us all
And you thought Siri's answer to "where can I hide a body" was a joke...
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Issue 8
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Has the computer reached its peak?
An assessment of current efforts further improve the transistor - a key component of the computer.
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Cocaine: Uses and Abuses
Once a medicine, now a controlled substance: cocaine remains a powerful influence in society.
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How bionic could you be?
Has terminator arrived? Perhaps not, but why should that stop the engineers playing doctor?
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How to edit your mitochondria
A look at the science behind the controversy of three person babies.
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The Hunt for Elements
Matt looks at how Chemists' most basic toolkit was, and is still being, established.
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Why are we so clever?
Just why is there such a clever species of monkey?
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Archive
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A game of Russian roulette with a physicist
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CERN: Accelerating Science
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The World's War against Ebola
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ISIS - The UK's Biggest Microscope
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How to... make your own cloud
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Necessity is the mother of invention
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Sickle Cell Anaemia-The Facts
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How is high-throughput sequencing revolutionising medical research?
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Why Is Sleep So Important?
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Some Like It Hot
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This Looks Familiar
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Are You Trippin'? How cocaine and other drugs affect the brain
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A Reality Check: Taking What We Haven't Got
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Is an end in sight? Malaria the huge killer.
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The Chemistry of the Cosmos
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Why the Anti-World Matters
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Life on Titan
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Genetic Engineering: Will science be man's ultimate error?
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Thalidomide: "Wonder drug" destined for disaster
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'All medicines are drugs, not all drugs are medicines'
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Self-Driving Car
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How to... measure the speed of light with bread, butter and a microwave!
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How big is the biggest possible raindrop?
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Cannibalism at its best (or worst)
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Why all the Higgs hype?
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Nanocars: The start of a revolution?
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Are you capable of Murder?
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