Imogen Poyntz-Wright, Science editor, discusses recent findings that demonstrate a link between light exposure levels and certain mental illnesses.
Do our memories define who we are? Does memory contain all our experiences, and if not, why do some memories get encoded and others don’t? Once forming a memory, can we erase it? These are all questions we must ask when examining our brain attempts to encode all the bits and pieces from our daily […]
A year ago, I discovered a video game that had very little gameplay, no guns, no explosions and no dismembered limbs. All it consisted of were words on a page and options to choose from that would lead you to the next page, like one of those old “choose your own adventure” books. It was […]
SMASHED ON SCIENCE The debut of the ‘Pint of Science‘ festival recently took over Exeter pubs, and Exeposé Science and Tech are here to give you the best bits, and fill you in on what you may have missed. Jenya Siryk provides a short snippet from the presentation “Tempted, sugar coated and emotional!?!”, hosted by Prof. Noel Morgan at […]