Maths, Physics & Chemistry
Our bones: strength, flexibility and…fractals!
Each of us has a skeleton – that is ordinary. However, the bone of which a skeleton is made is anything but ordinary. From an engineering perspective bone provides an incredibly versatile support structure that performs remarkably well in a circus contortionist, a sumo wrestler,... click to read more
Making “hoppy” beer without hops
Afterwork? It is time go for a beer and to relax! Beer is one of the most liked and consumed alcoholic beverages around the world. Over the past two decades, consumers have shown an increasing preference for beers that contain a "hoppy" flavour. But how is... click to read more
How to print a brain - the initial steps
To understand the biological processes that take part within living organisms, and also as an alternative method to animal experimentation, researchers are trying to develop new models that mimic real tissues and organs, and that behave as the real ones. This field of research, tissue... click to read more