Category Archives: case-study


FOR I AM ALL-POWERFUL Until this week, I would have said that my super-powers are limited to the following: Locating any spider’s web within a 5 metre radius, using only my face Locating submerged rocks in the ocean, using only … Continue reading

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Science Idol

The BBC’s “Science and Environment” RSS feed included a real gem today*: news of a competition in which members of the public were asked to submit ideas for research projects. The four winners will be mentored by experts in their … Continue reading

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How to cushion a back-handed slap

I’m currently sacrificing some of my usual posting time in order to accommodate an insanely busy schedule, so today’s paper is just a short medical case-study. It’s no less interesting for that though – in fact I’ve been meaning to … Continue reading

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