Easter eggs were once a rare luxury – so how did they become so commonplace?
Shutterstock Adrian Bailey, University of Exeter For weeks (and weeks) in the run up to Easter, brightly packaged chocolate eggs fill the shelves of British supermarkets. Piled high and sold […]
Plastics in oceans are mounting, but evidence on harm is surprisingly weak
Making waves. armando constantino Ted Henry, Heriot-Watt University and Ana Catarino, Heriot-Watt University Plastics in the world’s oceans are set to treble in the next ten years, according to a […]