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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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12 August Top 10 STEM News

August 12, 2016 Editor

World’s oldest vertebrate is a shark that lives for 500 years Species: Greenland shark (Somniosus microcephalus) Habitat: deep in the North Atlantic and the cold surface waters of the Arctic Fish that were alive during […]

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Top 10 STEM News – 16th July

July 16, 2016 Editor

Cinnamon may aid learning ability Cinnamon is a delicious addition to toast, coffee and breakfast rolls. Eating the tasty household spice also might improve learning ability, according to new study See more Scientists ‘delete’ HIV […]

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Top STEM News – 7th May

May 6, 2016 Editor

Our editors pick of the top 10 STEM news from around the world this week: A video game to help build better tests for tuberculosis A new version of the Eterna video game could allow […]

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Week In STEM-23rd Jan

January 24, 2016 Editor

Why the brain uses so much energy There’s much about the brain we still have to discover, and one of the unanswered questions surrounding this most vital of organs is how it uses up most […]


Why Blood Is Not Always Red

November 18, 2015 Hephzi Angela

Imagine if you cut yourself and saw purple blood gush out of your skin. Now that’ll be the start of an alien invasion or another sign of the end times. If you’re lucky to have […]

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Week In STEM-14 Nov

November 16, 2015 Editor

Adaptive spider glue remains sticky come rain or shine Scientists in the US may have untangled thereason why spiders’ webs remain sticky no matter how humid or arid their local environment is. A salt–protein mixture […]

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