June 24, 2021

I, Science

The science magazine of Imperial College

Blog archive

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Scientists at the University of St Andrews have developed a tractor beam, a device which uses light to attract microscopic...

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I attended a seminar last October by Professor Colin Jones, of Queen Mary, University of London, in which he talked...

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All belief systems have constructed explanations for illness, its management and those qualified to give opinions on them. UK healthcare...

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On land, “slug” means slow, slimy, green and fond of cabbage, but it doesn’t have to be that way. From...

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Welcome to Spandex Wizards, a blog where we’ll explore the relationships between science and culture – how do they affect...

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You won't be needing these... The mad-scientist stereotype is one of Hollywood’s guilty pleasures. There is the familiar storyline of an...

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Budding entomologists might want to think about casting aside butterfly net and pooter. A paper published in ZooKeys last week...

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If opposites really do attract, then industry and academia must be made for one another. But should we be paying...

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Who really decides your medical treatment? The government wants it to be you, but are you really the best judge?...