A depression relapse – the problem of coming off anti-depressants Annabel Smith explains the new findings behind the relapsing of depression along with alternative therapies that could be used instead of anti-depressants. Depression is an illness affecting an estimated 280 million people globally. It comes with a range of symptoms such as low mood, loss […]
M. Shelton discusses what algal blooms are, how they can affect a variety of different systems, how Artificial Intelligence could be used to predict where they will be and to prevent them in the future.
Ella Buckley discusses the upcoming United Nations Climate Change Conference and questions whether the richest nations of the world are doing enough to tackle climate change.
Katie Archibald discusses the climatic future of the UK and if targets to reduce extreme weather are enough or can even be met.
Sam Bovey discusses the debate over whether the renowned Great Barrier Reef should now be classified as ‘in danger’.
Hannah Copsey discusses new research on the benefits of a quick forty winks
Emma Watson takes a close look at how the Australian wildfires that took place last year have affected biodiversity
Katie Archbold outlines the remarkable discovery made by scientists that confirms for the first time the existence of a space hurricane, raining electrons above Earth.
Laura Burn considers the relationship between politics and science, and how this relationship might shape both disciplines.
Laura Burn celebrates the news that Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell’s portrait is to be added to the Royal Society collection by discussing her remarkable career.