How eugenics has become entangled with British politics and how education is easily confused with advocacy
Mia Gair investigates how the University of Manchester invests its money in weird and wonderful companies around the world.
The death of Martin McGuinness has prompted questions about the contrast between his IRA ties and his later peaceful actions, and how he should be remembered
This week, Senior Science & Technology Reporter, Serena Holloway, tackles the ongoing debate on animal testing in pharmaceutical development
Hope Rapp tells us all why we should #wastenot and be aware of wasteful practices, both to save money and save waste
Sarah Kilcourse delves into the world of ethical fashion and investigates just how ethical our high-street really is
The glorification of violence and killing on the battle field is as abhorrent and disgraceful as celebrating it anywhere else
Jacklin Kwan tours the University of Manchester animal research unit in the Stopford Building, and examines the ethical considerations to be made in such a subject matter
Is it okay that many of us don’t comprehend the costs of animal testing?
Following the criticism of an Ethics Professor for supporting abortions based on the foetus’s sex, Science and Technology reporter Jake Jones considers the ethics of sex-specific abortions
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Perisha Kudhail thinks twice about second-hand—is it unethical to buy vintage when charity shops offer the same service?