Archive May 2018

Drones help free whales from ocean debris

2 months ago — 0.5 min read

Ocean debris can be deadly for marine life. Everything from discarded fishing gear to domestic plastic can represent a real threat to Whales. Specialists at The National Oceanic and Atmospheric...

Engineers create reusable EpiPen

2 months ago — 1.5 min read

A team of Engineers from South African have developed a new EpiPen that works using replaceable cartridges. While the 'ZiBiPen' costs £60; the cartridges cost only £12. This is a...

The Moment – a movie you control with your mind?

2 months ago — 1 min read

A graduate student at the University of Nottingham has just released a new film which you control with your mind. Richard Ramchurn, a graduate student from the University of Nottingham,...

Isle of Wight boat builders to supercharge the British Antarctic Surveys seakeeping

2 months ago — 1.5 min read

Isle of Wight boat builders Island RIBs has been commissioned to build two 7.5m RIBs designed for the harsh environment of the Antarctic. The new boats, which will be deployed...

New ‘Visions of Science’ Art Prize and Bursaries Aim To Merge Art with Science

2 months ago — 1 min read

The University of Bath is has created a set of new Art Prizes and Bursaries aimed at art pieces which reflect, represent, capture or depict modern day scientific phenomena. Awarded...

Honeycomb structures might be the key supercharging batteries

2 months ago — 1 min read

Material Scientists have developed a new material to extend the life of the batteries up to 100 times. The new material, developed by a team from the University of Missouri,...