Unbeeatable: Scientists Find the Artifical Intelligence Honeypot
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Unbeeatable: Scientists Find the Artifical Intelligence Honeypot

The Badger - October 12, 2012

Charlotte Mawn     There’s been a bit of a buzz around the use of our fuzzy insect friends and their possible uses in a plethora of…

Calling Dr. iPhone! The Emergence of Diagnostic Apps
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Calling Dr. iPhone! The Emergence of Diagnostic Apps

The Badger - October 12, 2012

Hannah Faith Leigh Is 2012 the year we see the Star Trek tricorder become reality? If recent claims made by producers of smart phone apps are anything…

Chemical of the Week: Arsole
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Chemical of the Week: Arsole

The Badger - October 6, 2012

“My friends don’t call me “Rim Job” for nothing. I love everything about Arsole, but especially its ring-like structure. Let the chemistry begin...”

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Science: Love/Hate

The Badger - October 6, 2012

Will Lawn “Bitches, bitches, physics makes us all its bitches”. Of Montreal have got it spot on, we really are physics’ bitches. We spend all day, every…

Sussex in South-East Asia: An Interview with Dr. Alan Stewart
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Sussex in South-East Asia: An Interview with Dr. Alan Stewart

The Badger - October 6, 2012

Charlotte Alldis     It has been ten years of hard work from Dr. Stewart and his Sussex-based team, but finally the Conservation Project in Papua New…

Drugs Live: Science or Circus
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Drugs Live: Science or Circus

The Badger - October 6, 2012

W.T. Who’d have thought that not only would the 21st Century bring about the completion of the human genome project, the discovery of the Higgs-Boson, but also…

Chemical of the Week: Cummingtonite
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Chemical of the Week: Cummingtonite

The Badger - October 1, 2012

Hey guys, I’m Laurie, and I just love Cummingtonite. This chemical, or mineral (WHO CARES, right!?), has SUCH a sexy name and I dig anything that forms…

How many degrees of empathy? An interview with Simon Baron-Cohen
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How many degrees of empathy? An interview with Simon Baron-Cohen

The Badger - October 1, 2012

  Professor Simon Baron-Cohen is a controversial figure. He is an internationally renowned autism researcher and famed for his many popular science books. The general public, at…

The Noblest of Science
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The Noblest of Science

The Badger - October 1, 2012

Last Thursday night people across the globe held their breaths in unison, as the winners of the highly coveted, unparalleled and prestigious Ig Nobel Prizes were announced.…

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Science: Love/Hate

The Badger - October 1, 2012

Sophie Moonshine I once made my way onto a “best quotes” list in my first year of school. I hadn’t given my throw-away comment much thought, but…

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Science festival

The Badger - March 9, 2009

The fifth annual Brighton Science Festival, a week-long programme of lectures, debates and activities culminated in Big Science Saturday last weekend at Brighton University’s Sallis Benney Theatre…