Monthly Archives: February 2013

Nanoscience: Thinking Big

There are 86,400 seconds in a single day. Naturally enough, we don’t notice each one as it passes us by – mainly because a second is an incredibly small measurement of time. Yet in the realm of nanophysics, a second … Continue reading

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Consideration and Conservation

As anyone with an interest in fishing will eagerly attest, it is coming close to that time of the year where fishing rods, rainproof gear, and wellies (or waders) will once again be released from the presses, cupboards and general … Continue reading

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Studying Biology – It’s a Natural Selection

We all know that today marks a special occasion – Pancake Tuesday! What many of us are perhaps less aware of is the fact that it also marks the birthday of the man who would bring the theory of evolutionary … Continue reading

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Science Courses Expected to Prove their Worth

While education is not strictly about employability, there is no question that it is a serious consideration when choosing a course. And it is no different when it comes to funding assistance from the government. The simple fact is that … Continue reading

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