While climate change makes headlines, the man who shaped our view of nature remains forgotten ‒ it is due time we acknowledge the life and work of Alexander von Humboldt.
Category: Issue 7
Fighting the pandemic on two fronts: against the virus, and against pseudoscience
In a world under pressure from climate change, CRISPR-edited crops could be the future.
Primary care is the crucial but severely overlooked answer to managing public health during this pandemic and beyond.
Meditations on Arctic ecology, past and future, in relation to Bathsheba Demuth’s Floating Coast and the British Museum’s Arctic exhibition.
Many of the consequences of SARS-CoV-2 arise not from the virus itself, but from our response to it. Cancer may be a significant source of this.
How your eyes betray your thoughts…
Now that Zoom has taken away our ability to assess body language, our voices have become the prime agents for detecting one another’s emotions.
Given that people are 49% more likely to read an upsetting piece of news compared to an uplifting one, it might be time we start trying to understand our gravitation towards the darker side of life.
Delayed exams: A blessing or a curse for students?