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Harnessing the power of artificial intelligence to benefit all

31 October 2019

"Science often moves faster than our ability to fully grasp all of its implications, leaving a trail of moral and ethical dilemmas in its wake.

Celebrating every letter of STEM

16 October 2019

The Chief Scientist has applauded the breadth of scientific endeavour recognised in the 2019 Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science, celebrating achievements across the full spectrum of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).

An electrolysis demo using a bottle of water and two wooden forks?

13 September 2019

What can you teach a group of students armed only with a bottle of water and two wooden forks?

How electrolysis works, of course … and then, how to make hydrogen (and capture it) by splitting the two atoms that make up water, oxygen and hydrogen.