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Two years on: a look back at learning STEM through the screen

With the academic year coming to a close and university life almost back to normal, Sarah interviews STEM students from across the University to investigate their experiences accessing STEM through a screen
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The science behind spiking

Nowadays when we hear the word ‘spike’, it has become synonymous with surface proteins on the SARS-COVID-2 virus. But the last year has shown a very different spiking epidemic on the rise in bars and nightclubs
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Universities of Bristol and Hamburg forge breakthrough in field of bacterial engineering

As Bristol scientists crack the code for engineering bacteria in extreme environments, Amelie Heimann explains why this could be so important
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The reality of chronic pain for University of Bristol students

Following Epigram's investigation into hidden disabilities in the student community, Katie interviews one medical student fundraising for a chance for change
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Bristol graduate co-creates sustainable investing app

SciTech writer, Carla Rosario, takes a look at Stratiphy - the new sustainable investing app co-created by former University of Bristol maths student
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Latest study suggests coffee intake could reduce cognitive decline

Coffee is a firm staple for many students at this time of year, but did you know that it does more for your brain than just an energy boost? Elizabeth Moulson explores the newly discovered cognitive benefits of your favourite caffeinated drink
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The sound of success: healthy soundscapes found in restored reefs

A joint project between the University of Bristol and the University of Exeter has found evidence that destroyed coral reefs can have their diverse ecosystems revived
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