How to Make Puffy Slime Love to play stretchy taffy-like substances? Or are you inside on a rainy day with a hankering for getting your hands messy? Here's a recipe for making puffy, fluffy slime ...
Drinking Water Database: Put in Your ZIP Code and Find Out What's in Your Water What's in your drinking water? Whether you're wondering if your water is safe or just what that weird smell is, a new tool is now available that could help.
Dangerous Dance: Hurricanes' Dalliance May End in 'Cannibalism' Hurricanes swirling in the Pacific Ocean could lock arms in a dance step meteorologists call the Fujiwhara effect. The do-si-do may lead in Hurricane Hilary cannibalizing Irwin.
Gulls' Love of Baby Seal Poop Leads to Gouged Butts Seagulls target seal pups' poop, and the pups get it in the end. Maybe don’t read this one during lunch.
Goopy Science: How to Make Slime with Glue Here's a simple photo-illustrated guide to making colorful and goopy slime with your kids.
What Is a Scientific Hypothesis? | Definition of Hypothesis A hypothesis is the first step in the scientific method. It begins by asking, 'What if …?'
Get Better Sleep in 2017 Falling asleep — sounds simple, right? But for people who struggle to fall asleep or stay asleep through the night, or for those who can't stop hitting the snooze button ...
Lego Boost Review: The Best Robot Kit for Kids The best robot kit for younger kids, Lego Boost turns programming into a game your child will want to play.
Bazinga! 'Big Bang Theory' Catchphrase Inspires New Compound The catchphrase "bazinga" — a zinger commonly uttered by Dr. Sheldon Cooper, a fictional theoretical physicist on the TV show "The Big Bang Theory" — has inspired the creation of ...
Brain mapping techniques aim to improve epilepsy diagnoses Novel computing tools and advanced algorithms developed by EU-funded researchers are leading to next-generation electroencephalography technologies to help doctors map brain activity and diagnose disorders faster and more accurately.
Singing the praises of science careers for young Europeans The EU-funded PERFORM project is exploring innovative ways to overcome a lack of interest in science careers among young Europeans. Solutions include using performing arts in secondary schools around Europe ...
Dyed without waste A factory in Belgium specialises in dyeing fabrics. Every year around 12,000 kilometres of textile materials are dyed. And for that, millions of litres of water are needed. After use, ...
Promoting pioneering food-processing technology By overcoming the bottlenecks and barriers hindering market uptake of innovative food-processing technologies, the EU-funded i3-Food project aims to reduce food waste and improve the quality and shelf life of ...
Room to manoeuvre - solving the airspace capacity crunch Stories of new applications for unmanned aircraft are now regular features in newspapers - from aerial photography to parcel delivery and personalised air transport. What seemed like a surreal future-scape ...
Unique training at physics-maths-life sciences interface A group of 15 early-stage researchers are receiving training at the interface between physics, applied mathematics and life sciences, providing them with unique skills of value to both industry and ...
Domestic fuel cells: the power within Why buy electricity from the grid when you can produce it affordably yourself - and heat your home at the same time? And reduce your environmental footprint? And possibly even ...
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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