“It’s only one”: The impact of social smoking
The effects of smoking heavily and often are known universally, however, the effects of light and social smoking are far from clear
British children start school earlier than 90% of other countries, but does this mean that we should see fault in our education system?
Recent research at the University of Montreal has uncovered brain activation in blind participants exposed to light
Plans to build a new nuclear power station at Hinkley Point, already the site of an operational nuclear reactor, were finalised
A quick look at 5 things that the Greeks invented which get overlooked
Over 200 teams entered the International Genetically Engineered Machine competition
One Small Step for NASA, One Giant Leap for Indian Space Agencies
The extent of the summer sea ice in the Arctic has been rapidly diminishing in recent decades. In the September of 2012, a record low level of sea ice was recorded
Does a big fat greasy fry up really help with a hangover? Read on to find out
you tell your housemate you definitely didn’t finish off their milk (though you definitely did)? A new series of studies indicates that this may just be the added weight of guilt
A murky future for academia as the usage of potentially dangerous study drugs continues to rise
The future of prosthetics is an exciting one, now tantalisingly close; you could almost touch it!
Popcorn may make us immune to advertising. Unfortunately it also might reduce the effectiveness of revision