Monthly Archives: September 2016

Cakealicious science: The science of baking

Food glorious food! Cakes cakes and more cakes! These sweet creations have had people drooling for centuries. There are many variations from rich chocolate to fruit and nut, covered in buttercream or marzipan, stuffed with jam or cream, the choices … Continue reading

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Woody Plants and pharmaceutics

Take a moment to think about your health over the last year. How often have you taken a painkiller to manage that headache or fever? These powerful tools have the ability to save you from a day of pain, allowing … Continue reading

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Are we finished editing CRISPR?

The academic world has been abuzz in the last few years with talk of a new gene editing technology known as CRISPR.  We hear about it on the news and are told that it could one day be a game-changer … Continue reading

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How to perfect your astro-photos.

In my last post I discussed why astronomers take multiple identical photographs of the same astronomical object in order to reduce the effects of random noise. I discussed how this noise arises and gave examples of the improvements gained by … Continue reading

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