Ever thought about to what extent is role-playing critical to social wellbeing in Dungeons & Dragons? Dzachary Zainudden takes on a quest to explore the fantasy realm and enquire why so many players have formed meaningful relationships through their characters
Category: Social Sciences
Recent findings from Glasgow University suggest a biological link between ageing and living in a stressful area. Kirstin investigates.
Miruna investigates how the need to conform can push us beyond the limits of collaboration
What on earth do viral Instagram cleanliness gurus have to do with the increase in allergies? Emily May Armstrong finds out.
Academia is stereotyped as a boxing ring, with researchers in constant competition; is this competition sometimes beneficial in driving innovation? Or should we shift toward a more collaborative environment to further scientific discovery?
Ross Laidlaw takes a look at the obvious yet overlooked contributions of patients on the development of scientific research projects
Obesity is not always recognised as a disease. Hearing from researchers, clinicians, and people with obesity, Kirstin Leslie investigates why the definition matters.
From history to the present day and from therapeutic potential to risks, the use of cannabis remains a controversial topic. Sara Cameron gets to roots of this polemical plant.