Prepare for a job that is out of this world as the European Space Agency opens applications

The European Space Agency (ESA) has opened their application process, and the organisation has outlined just what you need to do to become an astronaut.

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Interview: Celeste gets personal on debut album, Not Your Muse

In what was a year without much light, Celeste shone brighter than all the rest, here she talks about her debut album, Not Your Muse.

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Volunteering: inspiring your future

From volunteering or travelling to work experience and internships, taking time out after school to do something that inspires you will certainly benefit your future.

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Over to you: Lara Henderson on this year’s exam results

Well, this year definitely didn’t go the way you originally planned. From exam fiascos, months out of school to cancelled summer holiday plans, what happened to 2020? Young Scots share their 2020 on pause.

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The best podcasts to listen to in isolation

If you’ve been social distancing or self-isolating, you might be looking for new things to do to keep yourself entertained and stay positive during this challenging time. And podcasts are great fun and can feel like you’re not alone.

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Go Inside Your Mind at Glasgow Science Centre’s Science Lates

Learn about the inner workings of your brain at Glasgow Science Centre (GSC) this March with Science Lates: Inside Your Mind. Cultural events co-ordinator at Glasgow Science Centre, Chris Banks, tells us why you shouldn’t miss it.

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Celebrating women and girls in science over the last 100 years

As we celebrated another International Day of Women and Girls in Science, it’s important to take a look at exactly what women have achieved in the male-dominated world of science.

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Edinburgh Summer Sessions: everything you need to know

Get your bank accounts ready, because Edinburgh Summer Sessions have just announced their line-up, and we’re buzzing.

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10 fun facts to celebrate Burns’ Night

Today (25 January) is the day we celebrate Scotland’s national treasure; the man who put our humble country on the map, whose words and poetry have been heard and celebrated all around the world. No, not Rod Stewart (our adopted son). That’s right, we’re talking Robert Burns.

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