According to the headline(s), the humble “manual” stethoscope is on the edge of obsolescence in the medical world, facing a high-tech upgrade to or even replacement by hand-held devices that apparently do the job better.
Selfies. Definitely notorious in the digital world. Who hasn't wrinkled up their nose in disgust at a friend's shameless self-promotion or puckered up a duck face for the camera?
It's not just zombies that rise from the dead-science news stories can also come back to haunt the reader.
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With the arrival of a Talk Science to Me baby this summer, we're looking ahead this festive season to nurturing the next generation of science fans with some cool gifts.
Crowdsourced from friends, like a lot of parenting advice these days, here's our list for keeping the kids (and adults too) fully occupied over the festive season.
I recently copy-edited a book called Purple Prose: Bisexuality in Britain, published by our subsidiary, Thorntree Press. The book covers a wide range of topics relevant to bisexual people and allies in the UK and other English-speaking countries. I learned a lot from editing this book, as I always do, but one thing I had to deal with was entirely new to me: content notes.
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