A farmer can remember what has happened last year and the year before, and can prepare accordingly. But what about plants? How can they pass on their experience to their offspring?
Neil Stoker reports on scientists at Aix-Marseille University finding a CRISPR-esque immune system in some giant viruses
Iona Twaddell, Kruti Shrotri and Neil Stoker represent I,Science at the Guardian Student Media Awards on Tuesday evening
Neil Stoker spends time as both visitor and assistant at Wellcome Collection’s current exhibition
Neil Stoker contemplates the connection between the earth and humanity at Emily Young’s ongoing exhibition
Neil Stoker finds out about how Project Daedalus is looking at creative ways to fuse two emerging technologies – drones and virtual reality – and is trying to get everyone involved
‘Broadsheet’ and ‘I,Science’ at the ABSW Science Journalism Awards, where they came 1st and 2nd in the student category
The Summer 2015 issue of iScience, focusing on the theme of Communication, is here! Look out for copies at the South Kensington, Hammersmith and St Mary’s campuses, or read it online here.
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Neil Stoker gorges on a new book of Hubble images, and wonders how these extraordinary pictures have changed us
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30 issues – 10 years of cover design
“We need a more open dialogue between engineers and politicians, and an education system that trains future generations to question.” Nino Mancino attended a talk by the late Tony Benn at Imperial College 10 years ago and reported in I, Science Issue 1.
Launched on 14th March 2005, I, Science is fast approaching its 10th anniversary, and we are about to produce our 30th issue. Here’s the editorial to issue 1.
Sound and Vision from Thursday’s Lit Up Fringe event
Sweet, sour, salt, bitter, umami – Neil Stoker asks if fat is a member of the primary taste club
DNA sequencing of old English parchments sheds light on changing farming practices
As part of the International Year of Light, an image showing insect trails around a floodlight
44 years ago today, Apollo 14 landed on the moon. See more here. Image: NASA
Leprosy was once thought to be on the verge of elimination. Neil Stoker talks to Professor Diana Lockwood about what went wrong.
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It’s IVF, Jim, but…. Mary Hagedorn is preserving coral biodiversity with giant condoms
As New Atlantis, the new immersive theatre experience gets ready to launch, Connie Orbach and Neil Stoker interview creative Producer Andy Franzkowiak about working with scientists, and engaging people at a deeper level with important scientific issues.
Kat Austen, chemist-turned-artist,tells us why she’s drowning little people in her bath in a new science-based immersive theatre experience
What happens when author Will Self is persuaded to visit the Large Hadron Collider
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What is consciousness? Who or what is the ‘me’ that I call my ‘self’? And does that ‘self’ control what I do, or is that an illusion?
A powerful dance-based exploration of Parkinson’s Disease
The Autumn issue of iScience, focusing on the theme of Time, is here! Look out for copies at the South Ken, Hammersmith and St Mary’s campuses, or read it online here.