If only you could actually stop your period by concentrating really hard.
“What kind of fish is made of two sodium atoms?” “2 Na”
Yes, we know that’s not how science works. No, that’s not going to stop us asking you anyway.
Scientists have already told us what they’re looking forward to in 2017. Now they tell us what they’re scared of in the year ahead.
Brixton Road in Lambeth is the first to breach the nitrogen dioxide limit in 2017, just five days into the year.
While a new study showing a link between busy roads and dementia is important and interesting, it doesn’t show that living near such roads actually causes dementia. TL;DR: More research is needed.
You can probably remember most of this from GCSE.
It’s not all doom and gloom – 2017 will bring a treasure trove of information, from Cassini’s final plunge through Saturn’s atmosphere, to a possible new particle physics discovery, better ways to stave off dementia, and more.
The International Space Station, sharks, and a multicoloured lizard with a stick.
Good news for Einstein, bad news for anyone who likes red squirrels.
“WebMD would be more accurate if every search result diagnosed you as a hypochondriac.”
Oh chemistree, oh chemistree…
They’re out of this world.
“He asked me to massage his poo out for him.”
Will you be good, moderate, or poor at remembering them all?
The government has promised scientists an extra £2 billion by 2020. But will it be enough to save UK science after Brexit?
Prepare to be heartbroken, guys.
Training does not prepare you for everything you might come across.