Elinor Jones, Print Science Editor, dismantles the correlation between STD rates and dating apps, as well as discussing the potential for a chlamydia vaccine For years, my everlasting memory of STDs has been of awkward talks from newly qualified teachers holding a banana and a condom alongside images of various infections, from chlamydia to syphilis. […]
Science Editor, Elinor Jones, discusses the hidden long-term effects of playing rugby, and the methods that are being implemented in the modern game to reduce them.
Elinor Jones explores the genre of science-fiction and how it has often predicted future scientific advances.
More competitive students, who otherwise may not have a sports scholarship, should be able to access HPP discounts.
Elinor Jones, Print Science Editor, provides some useful hints and tips to those studying STEM degrees at uni.
Elinor Jones, Print Science Editor, looks into the possibilities that could arise when combining Virtual Reality and ancient artefacts.
In Arts and Lit’s collaboration with Science, Print Science Editor, Elinor Jones, discusses the use of art galleries in psychiatric support.
Elinor Jones gives a run down on the pros and cons of pushing a dieting culture on children and worries about what it could mean for the future.
Elinor Jones discusses the effects that festivals have on the environment Since first stepping foot in a festival field aged 11, I’ve been hooked on the combination of live music; camping; being in the great outdoors and attending festivals of all shapes and sizes, from Exeter to Spain. Growing up in a rural area, I […]
Elinor Jones reviews Metronomy’s latest single.