Tag Archives: Britain

Conserving a key British species

A distinct, beautiful insect, the butterfly is a clear sign the British summer has arrived. Bringing a stunning elegance to the    ... more

Blending the seasons

Post-war Britain’s rationing habits combined with the rise of the self-service supermarket have cemented their involvement in the construction of our    ... more

A new, colourful change to the atmosphere

The Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis usually occur in areas close to the poles, with people travelling many miles to see    ... more

Quenching a sugar craving?

Soluble in water, crystallized when hot and easily melted, sugar seems to have become world of the worlds favourite food additives;    ... more

Medical breakthrough of the year 2013

Voted breakthrough of the year by the Washington-based journal Science, a potential revolution in cancer treatment that involves harnessing the body’s    ... more

Stonehenge, an ancient archaeological marvel. Credit: Suruchi Sharma Diwan

An ancient enigma

Built during the Stone Age in 3,000 BC, Stonehenge may be one of the world's most well known sites. A pile of    ... more

Rises from the ashes

The scientific community refers to the red squirrel as Sciurus vulgaris, which in layman's terms describes it as a common squirrel.    ... more

England hockey building strong Olympic legacy

As the London Olympics passed its one-year anniversary this summer, with it came much discussion over the impact and the hopeful    ... more