If you have a curious mind, are determined and methodical then a career in research could be for you. As a researcher you would be using your skills to find the answers to things that even Google doesn’t have the answer to! You could work in any area from looking into new ‘cleaner’ energy to discovering a new species of bacteria.

Marine biology: Zombies of the sea

How do you turn a crab into a zombie? Marine biologist Hannah Amor explains…

How bang on is The Big Bang Theory?

Harry Wilcox is a physics graduate studying a PhD* at the Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation at the University of Portsmouth and a massive fan of the Channel 4 show.

Facts on the fly

Most people think flies are disgusting but many don’t realise how fascinating they are. Did you know they can taste with their feet and breathe through their bottoms? You can even study flies at university. Here are fourteen incredible things you probably didn’t know about them…

The first known fossil of a four-legged snake

The first known fossil of a four-legged snake

Do you ever wonder what it might be like to make a new discovery?  Well, keep your eyes peeled and you could spot something no one has ever seen before.

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