December 25 is Father Christmas’s big day, giving gifts and presents to all mankind. But just how does he do it? Callum Dinnett discusses the science behind Santa’s night out.
Vincent Plant discusses the inevitability of human’s high level of intelligence, and the implications this had on our planet.
Science writers discuss their favourite Nobel Prize winners and the influence that their work has had on them.
Elinor Jones explores the genre of science-fiction and how it has often predicted future scientific advances.
Tom Dormer, Online Science Editor, talks to Louise Vennells, the Senior Press Officer for College of Medicine and Health, about the importance of good science communication.
Researchers from the University of Exeter argue that scientists “must be allowed to cry” in their paper for the journal Science entitled ‘Grieving environmental scientists need support’. It is well-documented that the Earth is experiencing an environmental crisis. Tim Gordon, a marine biologist, and three other Exeter researchers argue that the pressure to find a […]
Vincent Plant discusses Greta Thunberg’s UN speech and takes a look at the current state of our climate.
Tom Dormer, Online Science Editor, explains the methods used by the Natural Environmental Research Council to boost the RRS Sir David Attenborough’s huge increase in publicity.
Elinor Jones, Print Science Editor, provides some useful hints and tips to those studying STEM degrees at uni.
In Arts and Lit’s collaboration with Science, Print Science Editor, Elinor Jones, discusses the use of art galleries in psychiatric support.