Why did the Titanic really sink?
Our bicycles are not ‘use and throw’, then why are our rockets?
Dr. Beth Shapiro Receives the George Sigerson Award
A suggestion can go a long way in the world of hypnosis
Can Consciousness be Created?
Scientists have produced mini brains that mimic preterm babies’ brains, have they created consciousness too? Jade Norton investigates.…
Counting sheep vs burning the midnight oil: How much sleep should we get?
Despite the World Health Organisation’s recommendation for young adults to get between 7-9 hours of sleep each night, there have been reports of people functioning better on average on as few as 5 hours a night. Dylan O'Neill investigates this phenomenon.…
Why is Everyone Becoming Vegan?
From ethical questions to conflicting nutritional advice, Ruby O’Connor examines the science behind a vegan lifestyle…
Dogs, their Brains and Science
Vanshika Dhyani asks: did humans love wild animals into domestication?…
It's Not You It's Them: The Impacts of Social Exclusion on Health
Mind over matter: The intersection of technology and neuroscience
Autonomous robotic surgery: The new frontier
Octopuses on MDMA