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Science Fun of the Week

(November 17th, 2017) Get ready for your weekly dose of scienc fun. Today: Pop goes science.

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Ninety Nine World Records

(November 16th, 2017) What do you think of when you hear about “spiders”? Arachnids, walk on eight legs, make some people scream…, but Italian scientists find they can also teach us important lessons in organismal biology.

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Celebrating Synthetic Biology

(November, 14th, 2017) We have all heard that synthetic biology can improve our quality of life. But do we really know what it entails? In October, the SynCity Film & Art Festival shed some light on synthetic biology research and raised awareness about its importance.

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Science Fun of the Week

(November 10th, 2017) Get ready for your weekly dose of science fun. Today: Creative Zoology.

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Ongoing UK Research Problems (8) – Science Means Business

(November 9th, 2017) Independent of Brexit uncertainties, Jeremy Garwood reports on a number of other UK government policy changes and plans that are already changing the UK research labscape.

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Ongoing UK Research Problems (7) – The £6 Billion Science Man

(November 7th, 2017) Independent of Brexit uncertainties, Jeremy Garwood reports on a number of other UK government policy changes and plans that are already changing the UK research labscape.

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Science Fun of the Week

(November 3rd, 2017) Get ready for your weekly dose of science fun. Today: The deadly duck.

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Evidence-Based Travel

(November 2nd, 2017) Does being a scientist influence the way you conduct your everyday life? Donald Nicolson say yes - his research work has made him a more skilful traveller.

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Fishing for Outstanding Abilities

(October 31st, 2017) Faced with the poor annotation of the chicken genome, molecular biologist Hiroshi Arakawa developed a method to disrupt gene expression via the CRISPR/Cas9 technology, without prior knowledge of target DNA sequences.

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Science Fun of the Week

(October 27th, 2017) Get ready for your weekly dose of science fun. Today: Dermatologists in Hollywood.

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United for the Best Science Possible

(October 26th, 2017) EU-LIFE recently published a position paper, announcing key prioritities in the upcoming Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, FP9. One of the recommendations concerns the strengthening of basic research.

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Learning to Make Connections

(October 24th, 2017) Networking is a well-established branch of professional development that secures growth on the career ladder. A recent study provides evidence that young researchers are less successful in mastering this craft, due to lack of training.

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