Print Science Editor Scarlett Parr-Reid tells us what is known about Homo luzonensis, a newly discovered species of humans.
The Exeter Undergraduate Science Journal promises to be a much needed means of representation for students in CEMPS and CLES across for all of Exeter’s students, Penryn and St Lukes included. As part of the University of Exeter we have a cornucopia of exceptional undergraduates, but as of yet, little more proof of their abilities […]
Harry Potter eat your heart out, muggle technology has finally come up with goods. Dear reader, warlock wannabe, witch weekly writer, Arthur Weasley enthusiast, let me introduce you to the app that’s going to blow your minds. It seems Apple have finally taken divine inspiration from our queen J.K Rowling and produced something utterly brilliant. […]
At the latest Apple event taking place on the 9th September, CEO Tim Cook announced pretty much what we were all expecting: a refreshed set of iPhones with a near identical exterior with the ‘S’ moniker slapped onto it. Cook gleefully announced that, “the only thing that has changed is everything,” which is typical of Apple’s […]
Louisa Griffith-Jones gives her review on “Tripr” – a free app which allows travellers to connect with each other, locals and friends during their travels. Spontaneous trips abroad on one’s lonesome ownsome are the pinnacle of the hipster dream. What could raise you social status more, in a world full of loose leaf tea, […]