Margot Webster investigates the relationship between neuroscience and artificial intelligence.
Category: Issue 1
Could sugar pills have the power to heal? Margot Webster investigates whether there’s more to placebos than we once thought.
A talk and Q&A with Penny Sarchet, Deputy News Editor for New Scientist.
Written by: Abbie Curd
Collective and positive action that you can be a part of.
Written By: Chris Vrettos.
Art By: EJ Oakley.
Mismanagement at UCL and an unforgiving career path have left postdocs unhappy and frustrated. Is this what our future looks like?
Written By: Jason Arunn Murugesu.
Art By: Ella Davey.
Sicily Fiennes investigates the fragile ecological state of Greek loggerhead turtles, and the efforts to conserve their population.
Written by: Sicily Bambini Fiennes
Recent evidence suggests our sense of smell may work in quite a different manner than once thought…
Written by: Sam Cousins
Germline gene therapy: should we open the box on a brave new world of designer babies?
Written by: Munaye Lichtenstein.
Art by: Cheng-Yu Huang.
Why do we sleep? Nobody really knows, and there are more theories out there than you might think…
Written by: Victor Agrest.
Art by: Sia Agarwal.
Could pain we experience early in life increase our sensitivity to pain in later years?
Written by: Fatema Zavery & Jason Arunn Murugesu.
Art by: EJ Oakley and Winnie Lei.