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February 21, 2017 Jacob Amanor

Who are we?  Where do we come from?  Where are we going?  What do we stand for?  How did we end up on this planet called earth?  Is there a supernatural Creator? Does man evolve […]

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29th July Top 10 STEM News

July 28, 2016 Editor

Our editors pick of this weeks Top 10 STEM News: We are getting ready to build an elevator into space The idea of a space elevator to lift us into orbit is one of the oldest […]

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Top 10 STEM News – 25th June

June 27, 2016 Editor

A collection of our editors 10 Top STEM news from across the world: Scientists might have finally figured out why period pain hurts so damn much Researchers finally have a lead on an explanation for […]

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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 […]

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STEM News-5th March

March 1, 2016 Editor

Long term stress erodes memory Sustained stress — such as that experienced in bad marriages or when working for a beastly boss — erodes memory, and the immune system plays a key role, according to […]

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Week In STEM-30th Jan

February 1, 2016 Editor

Gene editing to repair a mutation that causes blindness Scientists in the US have used gene editing to repair a genetic mutation in cells that causes retinitis pigmentosa, one of the leading causes of blindness […]

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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 […]

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Week In STEM-21 Nov

November 19, 2015 Editor

Heart rate tracking with the use of smartphone An MIT group project called BioPhone is doing research that involves biological signals from a smartphone’s accelerometer. In their approach, motion sensors would recover heart and breathing […]

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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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