Mary Shelley’s timeless classic has always inspired ideas of bringing back the dead, but with today’s technology are we almost there?
Mars helicopter takes first flight in a historic achievement for science and makind.
Think you fell victim to the latest student phishing attack? Find out what happened and what you can do about it.
The first stage of bringing fusion power to the national grid is underway
Amelia Cummins discusses whether large tech corporations are really as green as they seem.
Mille Cummins discusses the rise of telemedicine, and whether it will continue after the pandemic.
Head Theatre Editor Jay Darcy review The Believers Are But Brothers on its returns to HOME, as part of its new socially distanced theatre season
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
Online learning can be difficult. Zain Alden describes the apps that could make this semester a little easier
The new appointment, and why you should care about it.
Every day, artisanal miners – some as young as seven – toil away for hours in hand-dug mining pits in search of cobalt for your phone battery
Amelia Cummins outlines the surprising effects sending emails has on energy use
The uses of gene editing have been clouded with controversy ever since the technology was first developed in the 1970s. With the doors reopened for gene editing to return to the forefront of modern medicine, it’s crucial to learn about the correct facts and information that can decode this controversy.
From viagra to penicillin, the world would not be the same without these accidental discoveries
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 wouldn’t leave your front door unlocked, so why are we letting our online activity be tracked?
In an analysis of the relationship we have with our technology, Zoe Bracegirdle writes a love poem to her Alexa