Yeong Yeh-Lee finds a use for the Hall Effect in Medicine
In the first of a two-part series, Alan Boyd looks at the little known beginnings of architectural acoustics
Do you think you have a favourite ear? Recent research has shown that most people prefer to listen with their right ear when forced to choose between the two.
Craig McInnes celebrates the International Year of Chemistry, but asks the critical question “what’s it really all for anyway?”
Clare Allely faces up to what it means to have a new face.
Felicity Carlysle gets colourful looking at the methods used by crime scene investigators to detect blood.
Recently, the Mental Health Foundation published a report entitled ‘Sleep Matters’ as part of Mental Health Awareness Week.
Adam Stock writes about the influence of control engineering on wind turbines and how the size limit for these machines may be reached for an unexpected reason.