Science

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The disconnect between the general public and the scientists whose research they fund is a constant source of frustration on

The continent of Europe is at crisis point. Since April 2015 it has faced the largest refugee influx since the

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On Wednesday 27th April, Impact attended a debate held at University Park in which the matter of fossil fuel divestment

A project to transform not just the fundamentals of our economic system, but also the psychological outlook of the world’s

The Pint of Science Festival is a worldwide, three-day public event from the 23rd to the 25th of May, where

As part of a monthly online feature, Impact investigates the latest news, projects and discoveries in the battle against climate

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a powerful medical tool used to image the body and help doctors diagnose disease. Impact

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Impact describes the skeletal functions that you’ve (probably) never heard of.  “Dem bones, dem bones, dem dancing bones…/ The foot bone’s

Big Pharma

Big pharma is an area of industrial science that many are cynical about; who can say this is entirely unjustified?

As part of a monthly online feature, Impact investigates the latest news, projects and discoveries in the battle against climate change