#data

The world’s data explained: how much we’re producing and where it’s all stored

1 month ago — Long Read

Ancient humans stored information in cave paintings, the oldest we know of are over 40,000 years old. As humans evolved, the emergence of languages and the invention of writing led...

New Stonehenge discovery: how archaeologists found a prehistoric monument hidden in data

11 months ago — Deep Dive

The chances of finding another major archaeological monument near Stonehenge today are probably very small given the generations of work that has gone into studying the site. Stumbling across such...

STEM Accord Launches Bristol Pilot

2 years ago — Quick Read

A new STEM education initiative is launching its Bristol Pilot today. While there are plenty of new and exciting organisations looking to transform students engagement with science, technology, engineering, and...

2D spintronics has already transformed computing – now we’re making it work in three dimensions

2 years ago — Deep Dive

Spintronics might not be the sort of word that comes up in everyday discussions, but it has been revolutionising computer technology for years. It’s the branch of physics that involves...