Week in Science: 07/05/17

From the butterfly effect to black holes, check out the best science talks around Oxford this week

Week in Science: 30/04/17

Cherwell Science & Tech guides you through this week's events

A mammoth weapon in the fight against climate change

Ben Fisk outlines plans to reintroduce the mammoth to help restore the Russian permafrost

Researchers capture most detailed glimpse of early star formation

Irteza Ishraq explores the nature and science of star formation.

Week in Science: this week’s top talks

From gravitational wave astronomy to neuro-imaging brain ageing, Cherwell Science & Tech guides you through this week's best science events.
Two birds in the Korean DMZ

Nature fights back in the Korean DMZ

Ben Anketell highlights how nature is flourishing in one of the most hostile places on Earth

Scientists aim to be the first to reach the Earth’s mantle

Jonathan Stark reports on plans to drill into the Earth's mantle for the very first time

Superpowered seagrasses: the hidden gems of the plant world

Ruby O'Grady examines how these humble plants are helping to thwart disease and combat climate change

What does Brexit mean for the future of scientific research in...

Irteza Ishraq looks at the impact Brexit could have on researchers in the UK.

How scientists are fixing photosynthesis to combat the coming global food...

Edward O'Neill highlights the impending food shortage — and why GM rice is part of the solution

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