Stephanie Churcher takes a look at how man-made ‘mini-brains’ could help in the quest to treat Parkinson’s.
Callum explores the benefits of artificial intelligence for engineering applications, while advising caution against carelessly employing these methods to solve all problems.
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.
Transistors have played a pivotal role in electronics for decades but now face challenges which may be solved by new memristor technology. Bradley Wilson explains
What can the science of mental health apps tell us about digital support during COVID-19?
From trainers to high-speed transport, Alex Brumwell discusses the art of biomimicry and nature’s influence on our everyday lives.
Luke demonstrates the principle that when knowledge and technology are made easily accessible to all, the quality of life improvements that follow are as undeniable as the benefits it provides to society as a whole
Cryogenics may involve the study of materials at extremely low temperatures, but is this icy area of science just beginning to heat up? Maisie Keogh finds out…..