What are the implications of dating apps on our psychology? Iqra Choudhry explains that our brains adapt to new technology, while Amanda Yap argues that the rise of Tinder indicates the end of romance.
Is it chemistry or just society structures that force us to look for and stay with The One? William Ibbott investigates the facts and myths behind the most elusive and most in-demand emotion.
Suffering the bane of buffering broadband this Christmas? Jordan Oloman blames it on those twinkling tree lights
Two left feet, all fingers and thumbs, cack-handed. These are just a handful of the metaphors used to describe the more uncoordinated klutzes amoung us, but scientists say we can blame it on our brains, as Amanda Jane Yap investigates
Misery loves company especially in the case of Mass Psychogenic Illness as Jordan Oloman explains
Is it okay to play God? Ellis Charlesworth examines new regulations for embryo research
First things first, we can probably ignore the word ‘mutant’ in relation to the homo superior race. When scientists say ‘mutant’ they can be referring…
Amanda Yap explores the latest global health emergency
Alex O’Brien investigates the validity of the Doomsday clock and humanity’s potentially impending demise.
Spinal impairments have been widely considered untreatable, however, Sunil Nambiar has discusses a back breakthrough