Anna explores how artificial intelligence could be used to study, as well as improve, our mental health.
Dzachary Zainudden dissects into robotics and medicine in order to report how ‘robotic hands’ have assisted surgeons in treating lymphedema from breast cancer survivors.
Kirstin reviews Hannah Fry’s Hello Worls, a book investigating the intersection of algorithms with society.
Dzachary Zainudden jumps into Dota 2 to explore how its heroes and their roles are relevant to building an effective team within and outside the video game.
The GIST attended the TEDxUniversityofGlasgow’s 2019 Conference: Wrong Way – Go Ahead. Sonya offers a glimpse into the day, covering the astoundingly inspiring talks.
To celebrate the release of our 10th print issue, and it’s theme ‘Competition Vs Collaboration’, we teamed up with Stratonauts for an exciting project. Premiered at our launch party and awards night, watch as we launch...
Sextech is a growing global market; including technology for sex education, sex robots, AI vibrators, and apps which can help to keep sex workers safe. Kirstin investigates the useful, unusual, and the unsettling developments.
Some GISTers attended Gavinburn Primary School as part of British Science Week, resulting in some brilliant Junior articles. Read them here: