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Monthly Archives: October 2016

The Dangers of Travelling through Time

By Rhys L Griffiths The idea of time travel is awesome! To have the ability to be part of the wild west or witness the pyramids be built, to watch The Beatles perform in concert or to have an extra

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Posted in Physics

How does the heart work?

By Zoë Gamble Something I’ll never forget is doing human dissection in my second year of university. Walking into the dissection room for the first time, we were confronted with six bodies on six metal tables, and a very distinctive smell.

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Posted in Biology

World Ballet Day – The science of ballet

By Zoë Gamble Ballet and science – my two favourite things! As well as being a full-time presenter for science made simple, I also teach ballet.  In honour of World Ballet Day, I decided to merge my favourite things, and

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Posted in Biology, Exploring Science