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Army Cadets attend STEM event

Army Cadets attend STEM event

During the half-term holiday, Army Cadets from around the UK were chosen to attend a STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Maths) camp, hosted at Westdown Camp, Salisbury Plain. The six-day camp consisted of a series of activities and short lessons on how the modern British Army makes use of the wide range of technology it […]

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The Stroop Experiment

The Stroop Experiment

This experiment was first developed in 1935 by John Ridely Stroop

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Engineering: A Male Dominated Profession?

Engineering: A Male Dominated Profession?

Engineering continues to be a male dominated profession, so how can females be encouraged to join the industry?

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Water on Mars

Water on Mars

Running water on Mars, could this lead to finding life?

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Are we alone?

Are we alone?

There is a possibility that there are microbes living on Mars.

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New Science Education Partnership Launched

New Science Education Partnership Launched

The Priory Press team were invited to the new Joseph Banks Laboratories at the University of Lincoln to find out more about the Lincolnshire Science Partnership.

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Is the snooze button as good as it sounds?

Is the snooze button as good as it sounds?

Science shows that maybe the seemingly advantageous button can do more damage than good.

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Paul Money – Lincolnshire’s leading astronomer talks to YJA

Paul Money – Lincolnshire’s leading astronomer talks to YJA

Money is proud to be acting as science patron for the Lincoln Inspired festival, explaining how the ethos of the festival fits within his own attitude towards life.

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Gravity Fields Festival 2012

Gravity Fields Festival 2012

Grantham saw the arrival of the first Gravity Fields Festivals last week.

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Science: just for boys?

Science: just for boys?

This tends to be the view traditionally portrayed, but in modern times is this really still the case?