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Grow a Brain

How do you make a mini-brain? Methods vary, but you want to start with some human pluripotent stem cells, stem cells that can split...
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Our Top 5 Games from EGX Rezzed 2018

This year’s EGX Rezzed featured a range of as-yet unreleased console and PC video games, with a whole host of indie titles and AA...

Migration: A Sixth Sense

Humans have often contemplated the remarkable ‘sixth sense’ of birds- a sense that allows them to migrate annually to warmer climates in search of...

Beating The Bias…

Both systemic in society and interwoven in our psyche, biases are ubiquitous. With widespread influence, from the government and media to gender and our...

A Tribute to the Haw-King of Physics

There have been many greats in our time. Michael Jackson, the ‘King of Pop’, Carrie Fisher – The leader of the Rebellion, Paul Walker...

There must be something in the water…

Water water everywhere, but what’s in the bottles we drink? 1 million plastic water bottles are purchased each minute, worldwide. But, are we really getting...

Tardigrades; Weird and Wonderful

You’ve heard of grizzly bears, black bears, and polar bears, but prepare to meet the fiercest bear of them all…and he happens to be...

Household chemicals rival cars as source of smog

The first thing we should acknowledge when talking about smog is that it sounds like the antagonistic villain in an upcoming Marvel movie. The...

Our Smartphone Addiction

Smartphones have become an integral part of our lives, for better or for worse. We are connected to friends and family around the world...

‘Monkey hear, monkey do’ – Why a good beat gets us on our feet

Most of us listen to music every single day: on the radio as we drive to work, through our earphones on long journeys, or...