Isobel Vautier steps into Christmas with plenty of ideas to show how going plant-based can be just as festive and delicious.
In light of Elon Musk’s recent investment, Harry Craig analyses the chaotic Twitter takeover so far.
Bridie Adams, Editor, offers advice on how to game on a budget
Mahnoor Imam reviews the new Silk Sonic single, ‘Smokin’ Out the Window’.
Sam Godden reviews Caroline Polachek’s show at the Islington Assembly Hall.
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 […]
Katie Jones discusses the recent recommendation by the WHO to roll-out a Malaria Vaccine, how this vaccine will work, how Malaria initially causes disease and what impact this vaccine will have on global health particularly in Africa.
Athletes and Anti-Vaxx: What’s Going On? Online Sports Editor Henry Hood delves into the lack of vaccinations in the sporting world. Sixty-eight percent of the UK have received two doses of the coronavirus vaccine. The same percentage of Premier League footballers have been vaccinated. This does not seem like a discrepancy until you start digging a bit deeper. Gov.uk […]
George Edwards discusses the study that found the Amazon rainforest now emitting rather than absorbing CO2, and the implications that this will have on climate change in the future.
Erica Mannis discusses the lengths that both staff and students went to ensure that the Marine Biology Coral Reef Field Course could go ahead despite the ongoing pandemic.