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What it takes to study nanotechnology: Q&A with Prof. Ted Sargent

What does it take to study, and build a career in, nanotechnology? Prof. Ted Sargent from the University of Toronto speaks to BrainGain Magazine.

Interested in Dairy Science? Check out Virginia Techs New Facility

Virginia Tech's Dairy Science program is popular with international students and has been a part of the school since it started in 1872.

How poisonous creatures can help us grow food and treat disease

Research into venom from deadly spiders and snakes is helping scientists develop biopesticides and drugs.

Science and Cooking: From Haute Cuisine to Soft Matter Science

Harvard University imparts insights and inspiration from the culinary arts to chemistry students through the massive open online edX course platform.

We want the world's best engineers, says Canada's prime minister Justin Trudeau

He says Canada values diversity in science and engineering, is investing $125 mn in its strategy for artificial intelligence research and talent, and plans to make the visa process easier

University of Dundee launches innovative MSc in Educational Assistive Technology

If you are looking for a brand new degree that can help you carve a future-ready career check out Dundee's newest offering.

Frugal Science: Physicist Manu Prakash's Radical New Science Tools

Manu Prakash, an assistant professor at Stanford University, is inventing powerful, super-cheap lab tools for classroom use around the world and as a tool for diagnosing diseases.

Why LIGOs observation of gravitational waves is a big deal

The recently detected gravitational waves were barely perceptible. Yet scientists know they were caused by two massive black holes merging. They know how fast they were moving and how much energy was generated, although it happened 1.3 billion years ago

5 new specialisations in engineering that you need to check out

Keen on a career in engineering but want something other than the mainstream chemical, mechanical, industrial? BrainGain Magazine brings you 5 edgy specializations which can transform your career.

5 Questions with Prof. Dixon of The University of Auckland

Prof. Jenny Dixon, Vice-Chancellor (Strategic Engagement) of the University of Auckland, in conversations with BrainGain magazine.

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