Deep below the ice shelves of Antarctica, some creatures call this hostile environment home. Jennifer investigates how these ice shelves formed over generations and explores how scientists today made the startling discovery of immobile life beneath the ice shelf.
To understand why vaccines are necessary, we first need a very basic understanding of the immune response. When a person is ill, for example, because they have been infected with a virus, the immune...
Anastasija delves into what we mean by ‘sleep pressure’ and why we might feel on the verge of falling asleep after a cup of coffee.
Julia Salafranca questions the current dynamics in academia regarding work-life balance.
Jen discusses reading Dr Camilla Pang’s prize-winning Explaining Humans through the lens of a science writer and enthusiast, as well as someone awaiting a diagnosis for ASD.
As the world slowly shifts towards a more sustainable future, there is a growing need for more resources such as rare earth metals. Ronan Boyle gives us an insight into the potential future of the deep sea mining industry and the shady plot that started it all.
Menstruation is a normal biological process affecting a whopping 25% of the global population, but still remains a taboo topic. Not talking about menstruation has contributed to financial, educational, and mental burdens for those who endure it. Do you want to break the stigma attached to menstruation? If so, join Lauren in understanding the menstrual cycle and the problems that arise from being silent about it.
Aditi investigates the need for patient-centred design in behavioural health facilities and how architecture will play a critical role in grappling with our society’s burgeoning mental health crisis.