Few materials have revolutionised industries such as aerospace the way that carbon fibre has, but what is it and how can it contribute towards a more sustainable future – Maisie Keogh finds out more
Category: Physical Sciences
For most people, the word “symmetry” evokes memories of making paper snowflakes or learning about isosceles triangles in their high school. So quite often When I tell peers that my research involves symmetry, the...
NASA research team uses innovative tech to solve the orbital mysteries of dual star solar systems. Andrew Cook describes the principle of ‘speckle imaging’ and its significance for the future of exoplanet research.
Deep below the ice shelves of Antarctica, some creatures call this hostile environment home. Jennifer investigates how these ice shelves formed over generations and explores how scientists today made the startling discovery of immobile life beneath the ice shelf.
Aditi investigates the need for patient-centred design in behavioural health facilities and how architecture will play a critical role in grappling with our society’s burgeoning mental health crisis.
The Royal Astronomical Society made a striking announcement in September which led to a lot of speculation. Deep Bandivadekar discusses what it really meant and the way forward.
The Moon is in the news again; Deep Bandivadekar explores why scientists find the Moon so appealing.
Jennifer investigates the odd effects travelling off the Earth has on the human body and mind.