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Materials for nuclear fusion: how do you confine a sun to a box?

Nuclear fusion – energy of the future?

What is antimatter?

Antimatter has fuelled many a supernatural tale, but it's also fascinating all by itself. Many people think of it as an "...

How do you become an astronaut?

How do you become an astronaut?

Within the next few decades, humans could be leaving their footprints on the Red...

Marie Curious - Girls Exploring Science

A free one‐day science event for...


What's in the Indian Ocean?

Much less is known about the Indian Ocean than either the Atlantic or Pacific. It's also less protected. What secrets lie...

How garlicky is your garlic?

When it comes to mass-producing food, it’s important to make sure the taste is consistent, and good! But how can we detect...

Can we diagnose heart attacks faster?

With one person admitted to hospital every 5 minutes in the UK because of a heart attack, the ability to diagnose and treat...

Mechanobiology: the stress of life

We often think of our bodies in terms of cells and genes, but we shouldn’t forget that they’re also complex mechanical...

Using your science to understand volcanic eruptions

Volcanoes are present across the Earth, from...

Using your science to explore the climate history of Mars

Mars today is colder than Antarctica and drier than the Sahara — but scratch just beneath its dusty red coating and tales...

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Here's a few resources from the University you can take a look at

Moonscope: The work of the 18th-century artist John Russell and the contemporary watercolourist Rebecca Hind

A layman's introduction to String Theory

Video about making your own spectrometer so you can examine the composition of light

Lecture: Radiation and Reason - The Impact of Science on a Culture of Fear

Video about the 2012 transit of Venus

Videos and images on quantum entanglement