Science Editor (2014)
Emily has written 26 articles for Nouse
“Ladies and gentlemen, we have detected gravitational waves. We did it!” When LIGO’s executive director, David Reitze, announced these words…
If you missed last week’s media uproar following the World Health Organisation’s announcement that processed meat is “carcinogenic to humans”,…
Eating less meat is key to saving the climate, says the UN. Emily Collins explains
This week marks the start of the annual Christmas Lectures hosted by the Royal Institute, but will you be tuning in this Christmas time?
A report in nature found that “Science remains institutionally sexist. Despite some progress, women scientists are still paid less, promoted less frequently, win fewer grants and are more likely to leave research than similarly qualified men.”
What is York doing to combat the gender gap?
They’re plastic, inanimate and no larger than your little finger yet the launch of LEGO’s female scientists is causing quite a stir…
A study carried out by the University of York Department of Biology has offered new insight into the effect and use of protected areas in Britain
Around 70% of what we learn in a day is forgotten within 24 hours. To counter this, here are 3 scientifically proven brain-cramming strategies
Why physical exercise could be your golden ticket to a stress-free exam period
The five common mistakes to avoid when making the perfect roast spuds
Emily shares her recipe for courgette, ginger and lime cake
Can we really justify the mistreatment of animals for the sake of our University education?