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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”.
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The ESF’s first ever STEAM event asked students to come up with a solution to a problem, but let them figure out the method by themselves.
There's more to them than being a perfect setting for night spent watching horror movies, or ruining your outdoor plans.
As Hawaii's Kilauea puts on a show, here are the common things people get wrong about volcanoes
Today we will look at the technology, psychology and values behind Facebook’s big data scandal.
These oddly captivating pictures from a British Antarctic Survey research cruise remind us that many lifeforms on Earth are still waiting to be discovered.
Hypersonic plane design is still at the prototype stage, but will be able to travel from Beijing to New York in about two hours.
At first glance, a cave doesn’t seem the likeliest home for exotic and beautiful flora. It’s dark, damp and dingy, more likely to host some moss (at most) than bristly bushes.
Professor Zhang Mingjie’s discovery of how the DISC1 protein works on the brain could help to develop new treatments and drugs.
Only a little over one third of teachers surveyed said they felt able to teach science, technology, engineering, and maths well.
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