The way the brain is wired.
Reducing the environmental impact of fertilisers using precision farming.
Protecting the lifeblood of human civilisation
Autism is an enduring condition affecting over 1% of people worldwide but with a lack of evidenced therapy to reduce its symptoms.
Earth’s coastal waters have become increasingly rich, especially in estuaries – vital bodies of water that form where freshwater rivers meet the open sea
Collective behaviour takes into account calm and collected travelling,as well as movement in panic mode, such as when under attack from predators.
The western world today demands a great deal from its inhabitants, both physically and mentally.
Empowering African American women in STEM
It’s a format that’s been a worldwide sensation – so why not apply the principles of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! to research scientists and help children build more ‘science capital’?
As the green economy develops, thousands of jobs will be created, but it is unlikely that women will have equal access to these opportunities.
A new wolf and the key to understanding climate change
How Is Global Footprint Network Using Data to Show People How to Protect Our Planet?
Enhancing Coastal Resilience
Exposure to Violence During Childhood or at Later Stages of Life Can Result in Severe Trauma, Mental Health Issues, and in Some Instances, Appetitive Aggression, an Acquired Fascination by or Pleasure in Violence.
Researchers Aimed to Determine Whether There Was a Causal Effect of Social Capital and Whether This Was Consistent Across Socio-Demographic Groups.
The ‘Belt and Road Initiative’ is a bold and colossal project instigated by the Chinese government to recreate for a modern age the old ‘Silk Road’ that used to connect China to Europe.