Sara Farish

Deputy Science Editor (2012/13)

Sara has written 10 articles for Nouse

How to keep your student house hygenic

In your first few months in York, whether you are immersing yourself in academia or not, another very important part of university life will be taking up a lot of your time: learning to live independently and take on new responsibilities

Lunar Observatory

Taking a look at the newly proposed Lunar Observatory at the south pole of the moon

Space debris – A rising problem

A look into the the rising problem of space debris

Too hot to handle

Recent research into the elements that make up the Earth’s core suggest it may be even hotter than previously thought – 1000°C hotter in fact: hotter than the surface of the sun

Evidence of a “lost continent” discovered

he ground you’re standing on is not still. The crust of the Earth is constantly on the move, with the continents and islands we inhabit skittering across the globe on geological time scales. Africa is currently eating into the Mediterranean Sea, we are fleeing France as the Channel widens, and the Atlantic is growing at a rate of a few centimetres a year

Top Four Space Inventions

Sara Farish presents the top four things we’ve managed to send into space since we’ve first set our sights on the skies

Top Five: Animals we want back

Sara Farish presents the top five species we’ve driven to extinction and want back

Cosmological principles challenged

Our galaxy is 100,000 light years across, and the distance to our closest neighbouring galaxy is 2.5 million light years – distances beyond comprehension

Top Four: Unfortunate Discoveries

Sara Farish has a look at some of the less fortunate consequences of scientific discoveries

‘Human-like’ sounds produced by beluga whale

Researchers at the National Marine Mammal Foundation in San Diego, California, have found a whale capable of producing sounds very similar to human speech