Gemma Ralton investigates how this exhibition portrays artists’ responses to the crucial role trees play throughout our lives.
Priyanka Dasgupta speaks with former prison-learner, Dalton Harrison about the benefits of science courses in prisons.
Polling is one of the most used ways to gauge the feelings or opinions of a large group of people. It’s been used for centuries. According to the book Proofiness, by Charles Seife, the first polling, or at least first political polling “was conducted by the Pennsylvanian, a Harrisburg newspaper, in July 1824” (93). […]
The second part of an in depth analysis about bone growth and regeneration.
An in depth look at how bones regenerate
Our 46th Issue of I,Science, dealing with so called random coincidences, is out now! Read it here!
Here we focus on the connection between drinking and anxiety
Meet Grace Barker, a PhD student looking at our microbiome and bacteria
Go behind the scenes of University Challenge.
Meet this year’s University Challenge Winners
Do we really trust scientists as much as we should? Find out in this article.
This week we look at the science of down under!
Dr. Singh describes termite architecture at an Imperial Late
A remote radio recording discussing the impact of COVID-19.
The truth behind antibiotic research
Our 45th issue is out now to read! Find it here on our website!
This week we celebrate International Women’s Day, as we talk about the barriers women still face in 2020, and debunking gender myths.
International Women’s Day special: COVID-19 death rate is lower for women and children; 70% of global health leaders are men; and there are no countries with gender equality.
This week we discussed the importance of sleep, sleep disorders, and how to get a good night’s sleep.
Continued COVID-19 coverage as it hits global markets; confirmation of Mars’ seismic activity; and the detection of the biggest explosion since the Big Bang.
COVID-19 outbreak updates; the new antibiotic discovered through AI; and Jeff Bezos’ Earth Fund.
This week we’re getting a little tipsy discussing the effects of drugs and alcohol on the brain.
Content Warning: Please note this article contains discussions about mental health. While we take every care to ensure accuracy within our articles, the author isn’t a licensed medical professional. Feeling like nothing’s changed after the harsh reality of exam season and the ‘most depressing month of the year’? You may be considering meditation as a […]
We talk about misinformation this week, and what you can do about it.
COVID-19 roundup; record temperatures in Antarctica; and the search for intelligent extraterrestrial life.
This week’s episode focuses on love and sex, discussing topics such as human anatomy and birth control.
Continued coverage of 2019-nCoV; koalas found dead on logging plantation; and Neanderthal DNA found in African populations for the first time.
This week I, Science Radio discusses LGBT in the arts and sciences.
How the importance of music and theatre feature in our every day lives.
Welcome back to your weekly I, Science News Roundup! This week we continue coverage of the mystery virus in China as it continues to spread; Boris Johnson’s new ‘Global Talent’ visa aimed at attracting scientists; and an immune discovery that could help in the fight against cancer. Wuhan coronavirus continues to spread The coronavirus that […]