Science

Are Diamond Moths really forever?

Epidemics are often reported on the news; swine flu, spanish flu, bird flu… the list goes on. However, in general,…

Four new element names confirmed for periodic table

It was announced back in December 2015 that four new elements had earned a spot on the periodic table, completing…

Science Snippets

Tiger Temple The famous Thai Buddhist temple, Tiger Temple has run into hot water as 40 dead tiger cubs, and…

Climate change: A student perspective

What is the University doing to combat climate change?

Study suggests that smoking is hot

I’m down the local with a group of mates I’ve known since secondary school. It’s cold, windy and raining yet…

Eukaryotic life, but not as we know it

A team of scientists from Charles University in Prague have discovered a living organism that appears to be missing mitochondria,…

The drone wars: Menace or a useful tool?

Drones are among the most topical pieces of technology at the moment. Not just a figure of science fiction depicted…

Opinion: Are we Living in the Age of the Anti-Intellectual?

This week, I was directed to the commencement speech Barack Obama made at Rutgers University on 15th May, during which…

The economic downfall for the renewable revolution

Many of us will have learnt about the various sources of green energy in A level classes. The sun we…

Attenborough at 90: A look at the weird and wonderful

The work of David Attenborough is wide ranging and varied, Rebecca Hall explores his contributions

Streaming live from your liver

Liz Alexianu explains a surprising new idea that could change lives