Daisy Scott, Online Deputy Editor, discusses the recent plans set out by Rishi Sunak which may make maths compulsory up the age of 18 and what students at University of Exeter think about the plans.
Daisy Scott, Online Deputy Editor, discusses a study that will sequence the genome of 100,000 new-born babies which could lead to more efficient genetic testing for all new-born babies across the country.
Daisy Scott, online deputy editor, highlights some useful remedies for that “end of term cold” for anyone that needs that last push before the holidays.
Daisy Scott, Science Editor, looks into the revival of dumbphones and what makes them an appealing alternative to smartphones.
Science Editor Daisy Scott discusses Freshers’ flu, its causes, how to prevent it and how to make yourself feel better if you do get it.
Science Editor Daisy Scott provides a whistle-stop guide to popular University of Exeter jargon that all incoming Freshers should know.
Science Editor Daisy Scott discusses recent findings which reveals the neuronal mechanisms behind past understandings of the role that music holds in reducing pain
Daisy Scott discusses the difficulties young dancers face in the ballet industry and why so many give up on their dreams.
Online features editor Catherine Stone discusses the recent findings which explain the differences between Neptune and Uranus despite their close proximity
Daisy Scott, Online Science Editor, discusses recent findings that PFAS have been found at levels exceeding safe limits and what this could mean for human health