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Psychologist Peter Naish will literally leave his audience spellbound as he conducts a group hypnosis during this year's BA Festival of Science.
Heavy rain and high winds didn’t stop more than 1,500 people from taking part in the BA’s activities at this year’s Royal Highland Show.
The BA and /cult launch vote to find the UK's favourite screen scientist.
Girls are not as turned off by science as is commonly believed but they are much more concerned than boys about the ethical issues surrounding the subject, according to a new study.
This month marks the two hundredth anniversary of the birth of Sir Richard Owen, the Lancashire-born scientist who coined the phrase 'dinosaur'.
The RAF Falcons Parachuting Display Team will sky-dive into Exeter City Football Club’s grounds to launch this year’s BA Festival of Science.
During three days in June (15, 16 and 17) hundreds of children in Wales will celebrate their achievements in science and technology.
On 8 June, Venus passed across the face of the Sun for the first time since 1882 and hundreds of thousands of people across the UK made sure they witnessed this rare event.
Judith Willetts of DrugScope discusses the UK's drugs policies in Science & Public Affairs.
The BA announces winners of inaugural Sir Walter Bodmer Award for Volunteers.
Scottish student wins fourth prize at international science fair.
Pupils at schools around Exeter will be exploring science and medicine through art in a project for the BA Festival of Science.
The BA holds a SPA Forum looking at how best to communicate the risks associated with severe weather.
Suzi Leather, Chair of the Human Fertility and Embyology Authority, is to speak at the x-change.
Young people across the UK are being asked their opinions on the direction that science takes in the future and how they believe scientists should act.
Two students from the UK are set to compete in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair at Portland, Oregon at the beginning of May.
During the week, it seemed that everyone was involved in a science activity somewhere.
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