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Week In STEM – 27th June

June 30, 2015 Editor

From Liquid Waste To Organic Charcoal A company which processes human liquid waste into compost for farming is also manufacturing organic charcoal as a by-product. They experimented with organic fuel production by heating some of the waste at 400 degrees Celsius […]

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Week In STEM – 20th June

June 22, 2015 Editor

Worlds Most Life Like Bionic Hand Brought to the world by prosthetics manufacturer Steeper, the innovative “bebionic” small hand is the latest model to come from the UK-based company, and it’s their most lifelike model […]

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Week In STEM – 13th June

June 18, 2015 Editor

Korean Robot Makers Walk Off With $2 Million Prize A team of roboticists from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology claimed a $2 million prize  that was offered by a Pentagon research agency […]

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Week In STEM – 6th June

June 7, 2015 Editor

Perfume Chemists Turn To Smelly Loos Perfume chemists have devised a tool aimed at stopping foul smells from undermining the struggle to improve sanitation in developing countries.   A team from Swiss firm Firmenich, better […]

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Week In STEM – 30th May

May 31, 2015 Editor

Brian to computer uploads? People could “live inside a machine” by turning their brain into a program code once a computer capable of recreating some 100 trillion connections is built. “People could probably live inside a […]

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Week In STEM – 23rd May

May 25, 2015 Editor

Galaxy School Holds 11th Science Fair Galaxy International School recently held its 11th annual science fair at the Accra International Conference Centre. Pupils of the school between the ages of 3 and 16 show-cased various science […]

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Week In STEM – 16th May

May 18, 2015 Editor

First warm blooded fish Researchers have discovered something surprising about the deep sea dweller known as the opah; It’s got warm blood. Fishes are unable to upregulate the temperature of their blood, but the opah […]

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Week In STEM – 9 May

May 11, 2015 Editor

How To Spin Super Strong Webs A team of researchers working in Italy has found that simply spraying a spider with a carbon nanotube solution can cause the spider to spin stronger webs. The team […]

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Week In STEM – 26th April

May 8, 2015 Editor

Study Links Brain Anatomy, Academic Achievement and Family Income Many years of research have shown that for students from lower-income families, standardized test scores and other measures of academic success tend to lag behind those […]

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Week In STEM – 2nd May

May 4, 2015 Editor

Audi Just Invented Fuel Made From CO₂ and Water An Audi research facility in Dresden, Germany, has managed to create the first batches of diesel fuel with a net-zero carbon footprint — made from carbon […]

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