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Latest Stories

Astronaut Barbie has landed
Life

Astronaut Barbie has landed, and it’s one giant leap for women in STEM

NASA recently confirmed it is finally sending a woman to the moon.

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Hollie Richardson
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Travel

This Cheshire landmark is now a UNSECO World Heritage site

If you hadn't heard of Jodrell Bank Observatory, here's your chance to catch up

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Moya Lothian-McLean
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Visible Women

These are the feminist pioneers receiving their medical degrees 150 years after they enrolled

The posthumous awards will honour the first female students enrolled at any UK university.

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Lauren Geall
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Life

We need to stop asking this question if we want to see more women in STEM

It’s all about a change in approach.

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Lauren Geall
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Lauren Geall
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Here's how long you should be spending outside each week, according to science

Summer has finally arrived - here's how you can make the most of that good weather.

Life

This is how often you should be seeing your best friend, according to science

Send this to her and get a date in the diary, pronto

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Megan Murray
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Louise Brown was the first test tube baby, and it's now been revealed that one of the scientists behind IVF - Jean Purdy - was snubbed.
Life

Pioneering IVF nurse snubbed, new papers reveal

Jean Purdy is one in a long line of women whose contributions to science have been ignored.

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Sarah Shaffi
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Unmarried women without children are happiest, says an expert.
Life

Unmarried and child-free? You’re actually the happiest person in the world

Marriage benefits men, but not women.

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Sarah Shaffi
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Life

Wearable device offers fresh hope for anxiety sufferers

NHS trial suggests electrotherapy tool is as effective as CBT

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Anna Brech
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Life

Did you know there's a good kind of narcissist?

You may well be familiar with this fun-loving figure

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Anna Brech
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Life

Netflix’s Black Summer left you terrified? Here’s what to do in there’s a zombie apocalypse

We asked experts what we should do if this new Netflix series became reality

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Megan Murray
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Rachel Kelly
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Feeling stressed and anxious? These yoga poses will help relax your body

Three moves to calm anxious thoughts and beat stress

Anxiety: how to stop negative news affecting mental health
Life

How to stop negative news stories impacting your mental health

14 ways to stay calm when the world’s headlines trigger your anxiety

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Kayleigh Dray
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bacterial vaginosis
Long Reads

Your most Googled questions about bacterial vaginosis, answered

What is bacterial vaginosis, and how is it treated?

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Dr Anita Mitra
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Black women scientist in STEM
Visible Women

Why visible role models are so important for black women in STEM

New research highlights the inspiring role played by black female scientists.

Posted by
Moya Crockett
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Life

The science behind a sneeze: everyone’s is different, but why?

As hay fever season begins, Stylist delves a little deeper into the science of sneezing

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Hannah Keegan
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Life

4 sleep myths you need to stop believing right now, according to scientists

No, wine before bed won’t help you nod off.

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Moya Crockett
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Visible Women

Meet Dr Katie Bouman, the 29-year-old who made that black hole photo possible

“Congratulations and thank you for your enormous contribution to the advancments of science and mankind.”

Posted by
Moya Crockett
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Moya Crockett
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Why an 11-year-old girl is fighting for a statue of this forgotten scientist

Mary Anning died in 1847 – but she was a palaeontologist pioneer in the UK.

Life

This cheap wine hack could save you bundles of cash

We finally know how to make your cheap red plonk taste like a premium vintage

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Kayleigh Dray
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