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Delayed sleep phase disorder: the reason why you cannot sleep?

Do you often struggle to make it to your 8.30 lectures because you couldn’t fall asleep until the early hours that morning? It would be difficult to find a student who answers no; we...

AIDs changed the world. Now the world of AIDs is changing.

The now-infamous AIDS epidemic was first reported in June 1981. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported an astonishing 774,467 cases of AIDS within the US between 1981 and 2001, with a mortality rate of...
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Exeter’s New Undergraduate STEM Journal: Brief Review

The Exeter Undergraduate Science Journal promises to be a much needed means of representation for students in CEMPS and CLES across for all of Exeter’s students, Penryn and St Lukes included. As part of...

Tel-ape-athy?

We read other peoples mind’s every day, guessing their thoughts, emotions and intentions each time we talk to them. This understanding of other people and the ability to attribute mental states is called the...

From flying turbines to fusion: the new technologies in renewable energy

'Climate change is severely impacting the health of our planet and all of its inhabitants, and we must transition to a clean energy economy that does not rely on fossil fuels’. That's a quote from...
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Resistance Is Futile!!!

You hear stories about it in the news weekly, but just what is antibiotic resistance, and is the future of antibiotic era of healthcare as vulnerable as we are lead to believe? Antibiotic resistance is...

Why are we ditching diesel?

It is no secret that pollution is a serious problem. Visit any major city for a day, and as well as soaking up the culture, you are sure to be will be inhaling a...

How to be wise when you revise

The exams you’re dreading are fast approaching (sorry). But are you actually revising effectively or are you wasting your time? Are you revising at all yet? Are you reading this to procrastinate from the...
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Coital Dysphoria (The Sex Blues)

In the ever so liberal, western world that we live in, sex seems to always be a hot topic of discussion, especially at University. As a nurse at the health centre once told me, sex...

The Human Body On A Chip

A hot topic within biomedical engineering at the moment is that of creating a human ‘body-on-a-chip’. Firstly, an organ-on-a-chip has the ability to recreate the 3D tissue specific structure, within the physiochemical microenvironment as...

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