In a breathtaking transition for sexual to asexual reproduction, Leonie the zebra shark has given birth without a mate. Leonie, homed at the REEF HQ Aquarium in Townsville, Australia, had several litters with a mate before the two were separated...
As the 20th January rolled round so did the reality of Trump’s impending presidency and the American acknowledgement of a new dawn in the Science industry. In his latest actions Trump’s administration have wiped every mention of climate change...
Environment editor Peter Sheehan writes about the relevance of 2004 film The Day After Tomorrow in 2014.
What an interesting, fun and tasty show by the 2016 Bake-Off finalist Andrew Smyth at the Sir Isaac Newton Sixth form.  He says himself on his website that “if you need a baked good engineered, I reckon I’m your man,” and Andrew did not...
Science writer Suhailah Ali pays tribute to Ralph Steinman, a ground-breaking biologist who changed the way we understand the immune system.
  The World Resources Institute predicts that 90% of coral reefs will be threatened by 2050, but a fast-growing scheme in Florida is now leading the fight against this decline.   Based in Key Largo, the Coral Restoration Foundation spearheads a global...