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An IEEE survey, conducted by YouGov, reveals twice as many 'millennials' as 'baby boomers' say they don’t think it’s important to teach STEM at school.
The hunt for Earth-like planets around distant stars could soon become a lot easier thanks to the laser frequency comb.
A very rare original part of EDSAC, one of the world’s first computers, has resurfaced in the USA.
Following the example of the high-profile Bloodhound SSC project, the UK Space Agency is now keen to promote STEM subjects to young students.
Forget klaxons, these researchers think the sounds of chirping birds and rustling branches are better at alerting staff to problems on the production line.
New study quantifies the fossil fuel reserves that must remain untapped if we are to meet climate change objectives.
Just in time for Christmas, a Canadian researcher shows us how to 3D print a christmas tree using a special algorithm that minimises material waste.
An article in the current issue of the Annals of Global Health describes the current state of asbestos use worldwide, a story that began over 100 years ago.
Cities could make a significant contribution to cutting greenhouse gas emissions at zero net cost, according to a recent report.
The UK's first publicly funded studies into geoengineering throw cold water on the concept that wholesale intervention in the climate system will have any significant impact.
The UK has become Europe's most entrepreneurial economy and has climbed five places to fourth globally.
Europe’s very first 3D printer in space is scheduled for installation aboard the ISS next year.
We are given to believe that UK 'reshoring' - jargon for bringing manufacturing back home - is well underway; but what are the real statistics telling us?
We are often told: use it or lose it. But scientists in the US are now questioning the benefit of computer-based 'brain games' for older adults.