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The Hunter Games

A recent study on African penguins has revealed that they are real team players when it comes to hunting. It was discovered that these...
Four police officers on four riot horses

Policing in the past?

As students and as members of a technological generation, we tend to pride ourselves on being a bit more tech-savvy than our elders. Maybe...

Ig Nobel Prizes 2017

The IgNobel prize honours the most baffling questions that science has to offer, giving centre stage to papers which make you laugh at first,...

Intelligenes

Ever wondered why some people seem naturally smarter than others? Been jealous of that student who always gets top marks, seemingly without trying? Or...
An exceptionally large planet close to a star drawn with autodesk.

Flaming ‘hot Jupiter’!

The eponymous ‘they’ strike again. You may know ‘them’ from such a sentence as "Well, you know what they say", but this time ‘they’...
Caffine in its coffee form...

Do you know caffeine?

Caffeine is an inevitable staple in any student’s diet. Early mornings are more doable after that cup of joe. Late night study sessions are...
A que of silhouetted evolving humans

We are all A LOT older than we thought!

Carina Schlebusch led a team of researchers at Uppsala University in Sweden in a project combining genome mapping with anthropology in an effort to...

The science of origami

Origami (the Japanese art of paper folding) is appreciated just as a type of arts-and-crafts type thing. Paper cranes, airplanes, and fortune tellers. However,...

Better down where it’s wetter?

Disney’s shockingly cheerful song ‘Under the Sea’ paints a rosy picture about what goes on in the depths of dark waters, but world-class research...

Using Facebook to find voters

With Facebook omnipresent in modern life, most of us are aware that we see adverts, and that they are often tailored to us individually....