Laura Burn discusses new findings in theoretical physics which may indicate a solution to Steven Hawking’s Black Hole information paradox
Laura Burn discusses Perseverance Rover and the key findings from its first year spent on Mars
M Shelton discusses the recent return of an area of Californian Redwood Trees to its indigenous inhabitants
Paris Gill discusses burnout, an increasing common phenomena, its symptoms and how to prevent it.
Laura Burn discusses recent findings on the strange behaviour of a fundamental particle in physics and what the implications of this could be.
Charlie Nadin discusses recent evidence from a study by Seoul National University that shows 85% Dark Chocolate has a positive effect on people’s mood.
The sale of the first CRISPR-edited food – The tomato Nancy Stitt discusses the genetically edited tomato that has recently gone on sale in Japan When you hear about CRISPR gene-editing technology you probably think of designer babies or science fiction. However, this technology may now feature in your lunchtime salad! That’s right, the first […]
A depression relapse – the problem with 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.