In Photos: The Best Signs from the 2017 March for Science Scenes from the 2017 March for Science in Washington, D.C., and around the world.
2017 March for Science: Live Updates Follow along during the March for Science on April 22, as scientists and science supporters around the world gather to stand up for the integrity of science.
Tens of Thousands Protest 'Alternative Facts' at March for Science Scientists and science enthusiasts (along with their curious kids) turned out in droves to make their voices heard.
‘Whale Cam’ Reveals Feeding Habits of Whales in Antarctica | Video Camera and sensor tags on the backs of whales allowed researchers to experience a day in the life of a whale, including important information on where and how the animals ...
Hunt Kicks Off for 'Teddy Bear' Marsupial and Other 'Lost' Species The species, which haven't been seen for years or decades, include pink-headed ducks, red-thighed monkeys and a seahorse no one's ever seen in the wild.
Heavy Drinkers May Not Handle Alcohol As Well As They Think Heavy social drinkers may think they have a high "tolerance" for alcohol, but a new study shows otherwise.
What to Tell Kids About the 'March for Science' Here are tips from experts on what to tell kids about this weekend's March for Science.
Bill Nye's Back to Save the World Science superhero Bill Nye plans to save the world by cultivating a superpower that exists in everyone: critical thinking.
What Is CRISPR? CRISPR technology is a simple yet powerful tool for editing genomes. It allows researchers to easily alter DNA sequences and modify gene function.
An inbuilt firefighting system for buses An intelligent system developed by EU-funded researchers can provide buses and coaches with firefighting capabilities. This integrated solution is designed to detect, locate and suppress fires quickly. It can address ...
Harnessing the sun to clean up industrial processes The production of cement and lime involves fossil fuels and produces harmful greenhouse gases. Industry could change this, if scientists can develop a technology that can use solar power for ...
Miniature satellites en route for the ISS A throng of 28 miniature satellites designed by EU-funded researchers are winging their way to the International Space Station (ISS). The rocket carrying the satellites was launched in the early ...
Researchers cover all bases to stop dengue fever spread Dengue fever kills around 25 000 people every year and infects 50-100 million, according to the WHO. With incidences rising, there is a new urgency to predict where it will ...
Detecting diabetic kidney disease before it really sets in The damage done by chronic kidney disease is irreversible: once the illness has taken hold, the organ can't be healed. Patients' prospects and quality of life would be much improved ...
Composing better biocomposites High-performance biocomposites derived from wheat straw and recycled paper? EU-funded researchers have developed new materials and components based on substances isolated from these renewable residues. They have also found a ...
At home in extreme environments: Europe's first space analogue habitat What would it be like to live on Mars? Much like Earth, maybe, in due course - but the pioneers who will one day head out there will face a ...
Research and analysis: Life science sector data, 2017 Charts providing information of the UK life science sector, and how it compares to other countries. Areas covered include:


UK industry
research and development
regulatory environment
clinical research
Research and analysis: Bioscience and health technology database: annual report 2016 This annual report analyses the updated 2016 dataset from the bioscience and health technology database. The data relates to companies that are active in the UK in the health life ...
Research and analysis: Attitudes to animal research in 2016 This report presents the findings of a 2016 survey on public awareness of, and attitudes towards, the use of animals in scientific research. The survey also examines attitudes towards, and ...

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