Print Science Editor Scarlett Parr-Reid tells us what is known about Homo luzonensis, a newly discovered species of humans.
Scarlett Reid, Print Science Editor thoughtfully discusses the myths that surround eating disorders and how to combat those stereotypes.
Scarlett Parr Reid, Print Science Editor, sings the praises of slowing our paces in a world that doesn’t stop.
Not all scientists are the stereotypical Frankensteinian, Emmett “Doc” Brown lookalikes of this world, supposedly out-of-touch with reality. We can all admit that this is sci-fi nonsense. And that’s exactly the white-coated myth that Dr. John Chilton and Dr. Lorna Harries set out to debunk at the Exeter Medical School in 2005 (then the Peninsula […]
Emotions. All of us have them, feel them in some way, and oftentimes want to share them with others. Whether this be because we’ve just achieved a grade we’re happy with on an exam (rather apt, with it having been A-level results day very recently), seeing a sight that’s breathtaking, experiencing a break-up that’s heartbreaking, […]
The C word. Painfully prevalent and responsible for over a quarter of all deaths in the UK during 2016, cancer is deadly. With over 200 different shades of the disease and one in two people born after 1960 in the UK being diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime, it’s not difficult to see why research […]
Both systemic in society and interwoven in our psyche, biases are ubiquitous. With widespread influence, from the government and media to gender and our self-esteem, bias is the inherent prejudice toward or against a person or group of people. This is not to be confused with a stereotype: a widely held view about a person […]