Emma Hattersley suggests some science experiments to keep you busy over lockdown
Pulling an ‘all-nighter’ is a uni right of passage; let’s take a look at the physical affects it has!
Amelia Cummins discusses how increased screen time due to online learning is negatively affecting student health and wellbeing
Black History Month: A brief insight into the life of the inventor of the smoke hood
You wouldn’t leave your front door unlocked, so why are we letting our online activity be tracked?
Amelia Cummins discusses the potential medical risks black people could face due to underrepresentation in textbooks and literature
Two women bring home the Nobel Prize for Chemistry with the remarkable gene-editing tool CRISPR – yet this technology raises some of the most difficult ethical questions we face
Have you ever wondered why some people have different coloured eyes? Read more to find out why they occur
Emma Hattersley takes a short look at the incredible life of Gladys West, whose work made GPS possible
Amrita Chattopadhyay looks at the science of committing and detecting food fraud, and how it affects the lives of everyday consumers
Amelia Cummins discusses archaeological practices and what they can reveal about the history of humanity
How does astrology actually work and why do so many people believe in it?
Looking for an internship but don’t know where to start? Zain Alden shares his top tips for finding the perfect tech internship
Trying to find a place to rent? Why not try the Tinder for rentals? Housr is an up-and-coming Manchester start-up which aims to make finding student accommodation simple and intuitive
Martha Houston discusses the dangerous ideas about population control that could be encouraged from David Attenborough’s recent documentary
Blake Crompton investigates the history of graphene, one of the crowing achievements of Manchester’s physics department
Read more about the Nobel Prize winners and their fundamental discovery of the Hepatitis C virus