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Dating the Stars!!

Some of the oldest stars in our Milky Way galaxy have been recently discovered by astronomers. Scientists at Georgia State University determined locations and...
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The Stranger Things

The new season of Stranger Things hit our screens this year and we're still mad for it, so we’re unlocking the curiosity door again...

The Physics of Santa

Father Christmas, Santa or Coke’s best marketing campaign I think we can all agree does an exceptional job every year of delivering all those...
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Could A Pill a Day Keep the Jogging at Bay?

The benefits of exercise are manifold, something we all know to be a fact. Exercise reduces the risk of major illnesses, including cancer, heart...
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Do you know caffeine?

Caffeine is an inevitable staple in any student’s diet. Early mornings are more doable after that cup of joe. Late night study sessions are...

Sampling the fauna of a Galaxy Far Far Away

So the new Star Wars has been out for a while now and although awesome from so many points of view, it severely lacked...

Biology of the Big Screen: Godzilla’s “MUTOs”

An international multimedia phenomenon since 1954, the Godzilla franchise returned on the big screens just in time for its 60th anniversary last year, with...

Biology of the big screen: The eagles of Middle Earth

They are imposing figures in the sky, fearless against the forces of darkness, bringers of hope when all hope is lost. They only appear...