Science

From 21st to the 28th April 2017, I attended the annual conference/exhibition held by the International Society for Magnetic Resonance

Most teenagers tend to adopt the same diet as their parents when living at home due to convenience and upbringing.

Fact vs. Fiction During the EU referendum and US Presidential election, fact-checking services became near-ubiquitous. It was believed that if

‘May you live in interesting times’ is a Chinese curse condemning the recipient to live through times of turmoil –

The term scientific fact has been coined throughout history to stamp a sure-fire statement as a hard-nosed fact. This fact

The World Health Organisation declared the arsenic poisoning of Bangladesh as ‘the largest mass poisoning of a population in history’,

E-cigarettes are used by people who smoke, either as an aide to quit or as a direct replacement for traditional cigarettes.

Motor Neurone disease (MND) was catapulted into the public eye some years ago by revolutionary physicist Prof. Stephen Hawking who suffers

The past few weeks have been busy, full of murmuring clues to say another term is coming to an end.

This year is the 8th anniversary of the British Science Association’s Science in the Park. It is held at Wollaton