Elinor Jones, Print Science Editor, looks into the possibilities that could arise when combining Virtual Reality and ancient artefacts.
An interview with Aaron Bastani about his new book Fully Automated Luxury Communism.
Online Arts and Lit Editor, Ariane Joudrey, gives Shakespeare Society’s ‘Hamlet’ a 5-star review.
It is almost certain that virtual reality technology will proliferate into every aspect of modern life. A headset and a smart device allow for endless creativity within a finite space, so the practical applications of such technology are endless. This is especially true for the world of art, where the opportunity to boundlessly draw and […]
Whether it’s adverts for the Amazon Alexa, Sophia the robot tweeting or ‘Black Mirror’ throwing its viewers into a hellscape where personal security robots routinely hunt and kill humans, our society has Artificial Intelligence (AI) on the brain. With its applications seemingly endless, an AI takeover does seem inevitable. However, it has some drawbacks that […]
Until recently I thought that social media was a force for good. As someone who sometimes finds social situations fairly exhausting, social media seemed more of a solution than a problem. There is no doubt that it has revolutionised the way we interact with others. Social media can incite change and spread messages across the […]
As 2018 begins to draw to a close, we can look back on what could be regarded as one of the ‘healthiest years’ of our lifetime thanks to modern technology. The number of people purchasing Gym memberships, substituting meals for Protein shakes and wearing Fitbits has rocketed to new heights. However, as a result of […]
Emotions. All of us have them, feel them in some way, and oftentimes want to share them with others. Whether this be because we’ve just achieved a grade we’re happy with on an exam (rather apt, with it having been A-level results day very recently), seeing a sight that’s breathtaking, experiencing a break-up that’s heartbreaking, […]
As we all well know, air pollution is the result of the release of various harmful gases that negatively impact the environment, like Carbon Monoxide, Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2), Particulate Matter (PM) and other pollutants. In 2014, Europe had an estimated 500,000 premature deaths due to abysmal air quality, according to the European Environment Agency (EEA) […]
Launched: May 5th, 2018. Estimated Landing: Nov. 26, 2018. Landing site: Elysium Planitia, Mars. A grand sum of $814 million has been pumped into the InSight project for over 2 years. The insight programme is a Mars lander, sent out to give the red planet its first ever physical. It carries three instruments to […]