STEM For Britain prizes for Alex and Francis
PhDs scoop gold and silver national awards during British Science Week
Why chocolate feels so good? It's down to lubrication
Scientists have decoded the physical process that takes place in the mouth when chocolate is eaten, as it changes from a solid into a smooth emulsion that many people find totally irresistible.
Student rocketeers aim high with next mission
Rocketeers at the University of Leeds have launched a training academy to help engineering students prepare for the so-called “Mars generation” of space travel.
Research on smart 'Joey' bots for inspecting underground pipes published
A research team led by Professor Cohen, in collaboration with Professor Richardson, has developed the first mini robot that can independently inspect underground pipes for damage and leaks.
Breaking barriers: Professor Lisa-Dionne Morris
Acclaimed academic Professor Lisa-Dionne Morris is celebrating success after joining the 100 Black Women Professors Now! programme..