How do the new COVID-19 vaccines work? Why were they made so quickly? Can we trust them?
Global lockdowns have caused mass disruption to peoples daily routines. Lara Kenedi explains why it bothers us so much
Confused by Christopher Nolan’s Tenet? Blake Crompton explores the scientific theories behind this mind twisting action thriller.
Artificial intelligence is beginning to impact every aspect of our lives, and our studies are no different. This week, Zain Alden explores how this technology will change the experience of future students
You’ve met someone completely new, from a different course, maybe even a different country, and you add them on Facebook. How do you already have mutual friends? Matilda Leonard explains
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
Have you been having disturbing or vivid dreams over the past few months? Phoebe Sanders explores the surprising effect the global pandemic is having on our minds while we sleep
UniCS’s Great Uni Hack is coming up next week! Here’s all you need to know…
Lauren Holland investigates the reasons people do not trust scientists
Chloe Tenn looks into the dangers of Trump’s repeated dismissal of science throughout his presidency and the pandemic
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