Action on climate change: the how

I have always had the impression that green energy is an exclusive “luxury” for developed countries: the costs in developing a green technology, getting a patent, manufacturing the product and employing and training people with enough expertise to install and maintain the infrastructure needed to collect the energy are simply too great for developing countries. Yet […]

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Women in white coats: the scientists are doing it for themselves

Rosalind Roberts and Elizabeth Hartfield discuss how gender roles discourage women science researchers Women can have it all! They have access to education, the right to vote, they can have a career. This is the message that we hear in the modern world, yet does it match the reality? A comprehensive statistical analysis of performances […]

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Could there be life on Mars?

It’s an odd experience when I have to interview someone from my own college; it’s odder still when that person is more used to being interviewed by the national media. So when I sat down to chat with the Oxford student shortlsted to walk on Mars, I was curious about how he was going to […]

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