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26th August Top 10 STEM News

August 25, 2016 Editor

Our editors round up for 26th August Top 10 STEM News: Research confirms that sitting in traffic is officially bad for you Drivers have been urged to close windows and turn off fans while in traffic […]

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19 August Top 10 STEM News

August 19, 2016 Editor

NASA just made all the scientific research it funds available for free NASA just announced that any published research funded by the space agency will now be available at no cost, launching a new public […]

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5th August Top 10 STEM News

August 5, 2016 Editor

Our editors pick of this weeks Top 10 STEM News: Desert elephants pass on knowledge — not mutations — to survive Despite reported differences in appearance and behavior, DNA evidence finds that Namibian desert elephants […]

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10 Top STEM News – 23rd July

July 22, 2016 Editor

Our editors 10 Top STEM News from the week: Gonorrhea May Soon Be Resistant to all Antibiotics Gonorrhea may soon become untreatable. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Thursday that the wily Neisseria gonorrhoeae bacteria […]

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Top 10 STEM News: 18th June

June 18, 2016 Editor

Our editors selection of the Top 10 STEM News form round the world this week Scientists are using mobile mitochondria to repair damaged nerve cells There’s hope for new treatments for neurological diseases, after scientists […]

This weeks Top 10 STEM News: Too much empathy may be harming you
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Top 10 STEM News – 13th May

May 14, 2016 Editor

Our editors collection of the Top 10 STEM News from around the world this week. Hormones that are released during hunger affect decision making Never make a decision when you are hungry. The hormone ghrelin […]

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