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Are hallucinogenics the future of anti-depressants?

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Hallucinogenics such as LSD have been cast away by the scientific community for decades, but more and more scientists believe that it's to bring it back ...

Women scientists get paid less than men

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The gender pay gap has been an issue in many industries, and now science has joined them. ...

In a world dominated by social media, how has our experience of mental health changed?

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A recent study by the Prince’s Trust – a charity that enables youth into education, work and training – says that 18% of the 2,162 people surveyed disagreed with the...

Ole’s at the wheel, tell me how does it feel?

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Sesha Subramanian dissects the initial upturn in form after the managerial change at Manchester United. ...

¡Vete! Hands off Venezuela

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As the situation in Venezuela deteriorates, our writers ask if foreign intervention is necessary, and consider what could be done...

A bit of Earth on the moon?

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The Apollo 14 astronauts may have brought back a small piece of Earth, along with the moon rocks. ...

A Place in the Sun- Jadon Sancho

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Sesha Subramanian kicks off the new feature 'A Place in the Sun' by looking at Dortmund's Jadon Sancho. ...

Trump’s use of tear gas: a step too far?

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Sesha Subramanian assesses the use of tear gas on the US-Mexico border against child migrants under Trump's new administration...

2019: the big preview

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2019 promises to be a big year in professional and university sports alike, so our writers preview teams and tournaments to look out for next year. ...

When football falls apart

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Our writers look at a few examples of when chaotic scenes overshadow football. ...