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At Ocean Park’s International STEAM Education Conference, Professor Peter Taylor explains why combining art and science is so important.
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Going to a clinic for a vaccine shot may no longer be necessary with this technology that's now in development.
Today is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. The United Nations created this day in 2015 with the aim of making sure that women and girls would have “full and equal access to and participation in science”.
Research conducted on doctors who worked long, overnight shifts, and results may apply to those in other jobs with similar working patterns.
The bacteria in our stomach may have an impact on our mental health, a study has revealed.
Traditional belief states these creatures are sighted before natural disasters, but scientists say people are worried for no reason.
Six thousand surgical robots performed a million operations last year but proof of advantage over normal techniques is not conclusive.
Green group says it targeted chains in survey because they lack improvements in striving for sustainable seafood.
The idea of artificial intelligence is no longer wild and futuristic – it’s an increasingly integral part of our lives.
Following a study that shows creating fresh water from seawater creates a lot of toxic waste, here are some more green fixes that can damage the planet.
British Council’s Spark Festival has outdone itself this year, with an incredible programme of events for creative minds. If you’re feeling overwhelmed with choice, here are our unmissable top picks.