Monthly Archives: March 2012

Starguide: April

What can star gazers look forward to seeing in the month of April? @Astro_jenny gives us the low down. Continue reading

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Why I hate liquid nitrogen

Jamie Ball, Fame Lab UK runner up, gives us take on science communication or “why he hates liquid nitrogen”… Continue reading

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Headlines? Spit!

John Andrews bemoans the sub-editors disregard for science in their quest for a catchy headline Continue reading

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Bite Sized Science: Greenland gets greener?

A study has suggested that the complete melting of Greenland ice sheet is occurring at a lower global temperature than first thought. Continue reading

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My ambivalence to Jurassic Park

Has Jurassic Park done more harm than good for palaeontology? Continue reading

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A Heavy Burden Pt. 2: How Not To Lose Weight

While there are plenty of losers in the growing obesity epidemic facing Americans today, the estimated 40 billion a year weight loss industry sure isn’t one of them. Ed Cara investigates. Continue reading

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Science and Christianity: Allies or Enemies?

Are science and christianity allies or enemies? Terry Rogers explores the issue… Continue reading

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