Science

Weird, wacky & wonderful- Cotard delusion

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Feeling like death in the most literal sense; Ciara Ritson-Courtney reports the curious confusion of Cotard delusion...

The mother of invention

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Ectogenesis could be the reproduction revolution of the century, as Bethany Lumborg explains, while Matt Byrne highlights the complex biological and ethical implications of...

Maybe, I was born this way

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Iqra Choudhry tears apart a study that claims to accurately predict sexuality...

Alien complex or comet cluster

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Miriam Atkinson delves into the realms of science fiction as she attempts to determine if alien civilisation really does exist or if a peculiar pile of rock has confused...

Climate change in UN

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Can a power change improve the controversial image of IPCC?...

Weird, wacky & wonderful: Pica

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If this is true I’ll eat my hat; Manuella Aturia explores the curious appetite of people with Pica....

Science of Happiness

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Anna Jastrzembska wonders why we enjoy serial killers, shocks and the gory glory of Saw films...

Something wicked this way comes…

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Peter Austin looks beyond the uncanny to expose some of the scientific secrets of supernatural creatures....

Science Friction

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David Leighton investigates the electrifying origin of Frankenstein’s Monster, appraising the science fiction genre and looking at what drives such imaginative narratives of...

Unveiling: the invisibility cloak

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Scientists may have cracked the art of invisibility but Leo Bear-McGuiness claims to see straight through it...