How could nanotechnology helpful in treating cancer? By Sofia Celaya

How could nanotechnology helpful in treating cancer? Cancer is a leading cause of death around the world with roughly 12.7 million people a year discovering they have the disease and 7.6 million people dying from it. It is a group of diseases characterised by an uncontrolled division of abnormal cells in a part of the […]

Elsie Cunliffe fights the corner of Sciences in the Stem vs Humanities Debate.

HUMANITIES OR SCIENCES? I admit, I am potentially bias towards science, which anyone who knows me would confirm within a heartbeat. I feel like I need to step up and defend S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) subjects under fire from the enclosed article I came across. The article is very pro humanities and arts, […]

Harry explains how a plane works in debut blog!

How a plane works The engine:  A plane engine works by air coming through the intake and then going through the axial compressor. Then it bypasses through the compressor wheels which contain of 3 large wheels and about 15 thinner wheels, which then feed to the centrifugal compressor which feeds into the air drivers on […]

Freya blogs about Eco Hotel as part of her STEM project.

STEM project For the past couple of months, Frances , Zara , Evie Ainscough, Evie Joyce, Molly and I have been working on a STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) project called “eco hotel”. In this project we have had to design and work out the logistics of our very own Eco Hotel. This project […]