How do we investigate something that’s billions of miles away, and invisible?
By: Sam Parr
Test how much you've learnt about black holes!
Have you ever thought about the ways in which your life impacts on our planet?
The circadian rhythm is responsible for sleep patterns, body temperature, blood pressure and mood...
By: Louise Lochee-Bayne
In partnership with The Smallpeice Trust we’re offering UK IGGY members in years 10,11 and ...
Find out what caused Pluto's rise and fall as a planet!
Do we have cause to hope that one day we’ll be able to travel amongst the stars?
So how close is a world where eating meat doesn’t have to mean the rearing and slaughter of liv...
Global warming and climate change are big problems facing the world’s inhabitants at the mo...
In conjunction with British Science Week, we’d like to take you on a journey to expl...
Ever wished you could step out your front door and arrive instantaneously at your destination? Fr...
Happy Valentine's day from IGGY!
Instead of a card and flowers this year, we bring you a 4 part ...
After a supernova, most of the mass of a star is thrown outwards into space and the core of the s...
What types of cancers exist? There are more than 200 different types of cancer and they can be g...
By: Emma Monaghan
Next World Cancer Day Question 1: How many
When a star goes supernova, we can look at the elements ejected into space to see what had been c...
In stars there are two opposite forces that balance each other out; gravity and pressure.
The sun is relatively small compared to some of the other stars in the galaxy. To create heavier ...
In a star protons and neutrons are added together to form larger and larger elements. Stars are i...
Why do we insist on making New Year’s resolutions? On the face of it, there is something intrin...
Take part in an explosive journey through the story of how the universe was created, looking at t...
World AIDS Day is a global health day held on the 1st December each year since its initiation in ...
2 IGGY members won tickets to the New Scientist event. Read about their experience.
By: Tomi Oladepo
Take this quiz to win tickets to the Ada Lovelace Day event in London!
Life sciences is the study of the living world around us
Life sciences is the study of the living world around us and is a hugely diverse area that invest...
By: Philip Tutty
GSD is vital to our social, economic, and environmental wellbeing. It addresses the impact of dev...
Are you interested in a career in medicine? Wondering what job options you would have once you re...
By: Community Manager
Psychology is the scientific study of human behaviour and mental life. It is the investigation ...
Join us on 30th March for a live chat about what you can do with a degree in psychology.
Are you considering a career in psychology? Are you fascinated by the mind and human behaviour? H...
Zika virus is an illness spread primarily through the bite of an infected Aedes species mosquito ...
Congratulations to Georgie Bowen, aged 17, who was announced as winner o...
It’s time to announce the winner of the IGGY and Litro Young Writers??...
Dr Mike Finn discusses the reasons for Prime Minister Theresa May's deci...
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