Blue skies, Bluer seas – Pantelleria has the postcard charm many dream of. It is also covered in glass…Volcanologist Dr Michael Branney tells us about this small island
We catch up with this year’s Royal Institution Christmas Lecturer Danielle George to find out what she has in store for budding young scientists, and what she’ll be doing over the festive period.
Dr Tracy Briggs was recently awarded one of four UK & Ireland L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women In Science Fellowships to further her research into the understanding of single-gene disorders that lead to systemic lupus. We find out more
Washington State University food scientist Guiliana Noratto has found that compounds in peaches can inhibit the growth of breast cancer cells and their ability to spread. Here we learn more about the research, and why she recommends three-a-day
Researchers at the Institut Laue Langevin recently made a serendipitous discovery while reviewing 60-year old research into the lifetime of neutrons. They inadvertently stumbled on a new scientific tool to accurately measure the movement of nanoparticles moving along a membrane.