Science and tech Archive

Media Matters #4: “Mr. YouTube” – Alex Bradley

Now here’s a subject I didn’t expect to be covering again so soon, though to be

Could we journey to Mars? (And should we?) – Sophie Atkinson

At Christmas I was lucky enough to visit the NASA Kennedy Space Centre and they had

Old Nokia handsets would be the only thing to survive the apocalypse- Flora Bagnall

So I’ve recently come out of the dark ages and brought myself a smart phone but

Media Matters #3: Censorship – Alex Bradley

  Well, it was only a matter of time before I ended up writing something like

Graphene – wonder material or curious nonentity? – Ms Egan-Smith

You may have heard of graphene – first isolated in 2004 by Professors Andre Geim and

Study recommends insects skitter more – Flora Bugnall

A study released this week by the Department of Entomology at the University of Oxford  recommends

YouTube, The Growing Platform – by Tabitha Saunders

For some people, YouTube may just appear to be a website for funny cat videos, but

The Pangolin: 13 facts about world’s most endangered mammal – Flora Bagnall

With its armoured shell and peculiar gait, the humble pangolin (or Scaly Anteater) looks more like

Everything you ever wanted to know about Mars but were too afraid to ask – Ben Willis

Mars is the fourth planet from the sun in our solar system and is a harsh,

Economics says recycling is wrong – Mr Terry

Disclaimer: these are not my opinions on recycling I am just expressing an argument against recycling