The Hong Kong Police Force have bombarded citizens with cheaply-made Chinese tear gas for the last year, what physical effects will this have on its citizens? Megan Clapperton investigates the ingenious ways protesters protect themselves from tear gas exposure.
Scottish postgraduate Fiona Scott reflects on trying to complete her PhD amidst UCU protests at the University of Sussex
With nearly 1 in 2 postgraduate students experiencing mental health issues during their PhD, Zoë Ayres challenges universities to actively address the rising postgraduate mental health problem.
Physics student Megan Clapperton interviews female friends and colleagues about their attitudes to STEM subjects, and reflects on her own experience growing up.
Researchers must be accountable to the public that provide their funding. Danko Antolovic proposes steps to improve that accountability.
Kirstin Leslie explores a brief history of female scientists and how inspiring women are helping to shift perceptions.
If you think you just need good results to be published, think again… And read on.
Lettuce rationing is just the tip of the iceberg: Emily Armstrong investigates the complex world of food and climate change.