This 4th February, the world will unite in the fight against cancer for World Cancer Day 2018. With the tagline “We can. I can.”, the event will examine how everybody, as a collective or an individual, can contribute to lessen the global burden of cancer.
A wide range of digital products such as mobile apps, gadgets and wristbands, along with coaches and support groups will be used for this program.
With coal plants being a top cause of global warming, the UK and Canada have recently launched a world alliance composed of 20 countries to eliminate the use of coal.
According to the World Health Organization, cancer is the number one cause of death worldwide. Year after year, millions of people succumb to this deadly disease, regardless of gender, age or social status in life.
The universe gifted the USA with a rare total solar eclipse, the moon directly passing between Earth and the sun. Some other parts of the world, including the UK, got to see a partial eclipse.
Ravens and its Corvidae relatives have always been known to be some of the smartest animals in the world. They are complex species that could remember human faces, and even understand the principle of cause and effect.
The creative and cultural industries make up the second largest, and fastest growing, sector of the UK economy, worth £8 million per hour and accounting for 5.6% of jobs. This is the heart of Nigel Carrington’s reply to the recent recommendation released by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI). The Telegraph correspondent brought out the […]
The UK space sector is in dire need of highly skilled scientists and engineers. The demand hasn’t seen any stopping in its growth. In fact, the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills forecasted a very appealing growth trend, marked at present up to year 2030. Unfortunately, the UK space industry’s demand hasn’t really pooled attraction. […]
Studies and alarming news regarding UK’s postgraduate study have propelled a solution towards women’s favour. The studies, which have brought about the elusiveness of advanced studies as fees skyrocketed and funding all-too often squeezed, made an astounding rebound in the engineering sector. Women engineers are soon to receive the postgraduate grants – something Universities and […]
Cambridge university candidates were sitting a second year Physics paper last Saturday which has been found to contain a vital typo error making the question on two problems impossible to answer. An hour into the exam passed before a student realised the absence of a variable required to solve the problem and brought it to […]
Universities in Wales get the attention of readers of the journal Science as it features the drive of the Welsh government to build a strong and dynamic science base that will support the economic and national development of the country. Specifically, science career watchers are being informed by the magazine about the move of the […]
In a speech delivered Tuesday, Education secretary Michael Gove believes UK pupils should learn from a robust “core knowledge” of information and facts instead of “vapid happy talk” so that they are ensured of a structured “stock of knowledge”. These principles underlie his plans for putting forth new curricula for English primary and secondary schools, […]
As students applying for medicine and Oxbridge courses prepare for the 15 October UCAS deadline, they should draw inspiration from a former schoolboy whose ambition to become a scientist was dismissed as “quite ridiculous” by his science teacher, but who went on to produce groundbreaking medical research and eventually win a Nobel Prize this year. […]