Is Science really sexist?

Royal Society Open Science published their new paper today in which it is stated that University of Canterbury UC researches conducted a research which resulted in proving science to be gender biased.... Read more »

Mentors for Science

Maria Mitchell, the first professional astronomer in the U.S and Mildred Dresselhaus, the materials scientist, the ‘Queen of carbon science’, both wanted to be mentors. They wanted to guide the next generation... Read more »

The science behind look alike people is being discovered

John Jemison and Neil Richardson could be confused with being a similar individual – truth be told, they have. In any case, they are entirely irrelevant. John and Neil are doppelgängers –... Read more »
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Hopeful Candidates From Tory Party Told Not To Interfere With Science Progress

The Conservative administration hopefuls have been encouraged to make a promise to put logical research at the core of their monetary arrangement. Logical bodies have approached Jeremy Hunt and Boris Johnson to... Read more »

The science of the space stations

Satellites lift off Three Canadian radar satellites that will monitor environmental changes in Canada and the Arctic launched on 12 June from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The long-awaited RADARSAT Constellation... Read more »

Research Projects Cancelled; Billion-Euro Projects Abandoned by Europe’s Decision Makers

At the point when Martin Lohse, logical chief of the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine here, invited members to the commencement meeting for a monstrous biomedical consortium a week ago, he... Read more »
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UN assists the nations in tapping the technology for development

The pace, problems, and promises offered by rapid technological change is the central discussion point for ministerial representatives meeting at the UN’s European headquarters in Geneva from 13 to 17 May to... Read more »

The Science is looking for what individuals want

In the late nineteenth century, the English social reformer Charles Booth went way to-entryway with a little gathering of analysts asking London occupants inquiries about their financial status. He distributed his discoveries... Read more »
United Kingdom’s first body farm

United Kingdom is going to initiate their 1st ‘body farm’ for the scientific research

Forensic scientists are working with the British military to open the United Kingdom’s first body farm — a site where researchers will be able to study the decomposition of human remains. Details... Read more »