Whether good or bad, our memories reflect our experiences throughout our lives, but do memories shape us even from within our cells? Jennifer investigates.
Category: Life Sciences
Sean provides an overview of why using your mobile and having neck ache is blown out of proportion
Dzachary Zainudden delivers an insight into the role of pathogenic germs in paving the way for diseases to spread from plate to people.
Emily May Armstrong examines critically acclaimed book ‘Superior’ by Angela Saini, debunking racist science and the pillars upholding it
A roundup from the Pint of Science event “Identity and Psychology” Part 2
A roundup from the Pint of Science event “Identity and Psychology” –
Patrick Hughes reports on some of the research on schizophrenia being carried out at the University of Glasgow
What on earth do viral Instagram cleanliness gurus have to do with the increase in allergies? Emily May Armstrong finds out.