Newcastle is Seeing the Future with 3D Printing

The Truth About Coffee Consumption

Creature Feature: The Sharp-Ribbed Salamander

Ants and the Antibiotic Crisis: Could Ants End the Apocalypse?

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    Newcastle is Seeing the Future with 3D Printing

    Liv Francis-Pape reports on Newcastle University's breakthough 3D printing of corneas.

    Written by Liv Francis-Pape on 18th June 2018

    SCIENCE

    The Truth About Coffee Consumption

    Coffee is the magic elixer that helps us get through the stress of exams. However it is always assumed to be bad for you. Sci & Tech writer Nikita Sall reports on the truth about coffee consumption: is it good or bad?

    Written by nikitasall1 on 11th June 2018

    CREATURE FEATURE

    Creature Feature: The Sharp-Ribbed Salamander

    Ellen Heimpel reports on the harmless looking sharp ribbed salamander and the secret weapon it uses to protect itself from attack

    Written by Ellen Heimpel on 2nd June 2018

    FEATURES

    Ants and the Antibiotic Crisis: Could Ants End the Apocalypse?

    Researchers from the University of East Anglia and John Innes Centre (JIC) have recently discovered a potential new line of antibiotics that have proven potent against antibiotic resistant ‘superbugs’, Nikita Sall reports.

    Written by nikitasall1 on 13th June 2017

    FEATURES

    Hacking: Is It Time to Panic Yet?

    Katie Jones discusses the need for more appropriate protection of online material, in light of the recent cyber-attack on the NHS

    Written by Redbrick on 13th June 2017

    FEATURES

    Doctors Without Borders: An Inside Perspective

    Tatiana Zhelezniakova interviews Dr Damien Brown who recounts the challenges of medical humanitarianism, working for MSF and returning to First World medicine

    Written by Tatiana Zhelezniakova on 19th April 2017

    CREATURE FEATURE

    Creature Feature: Lowland Streaked Tenrec

    Ellen Daugherty reports on the lowland streaked tenrec that elegantly demonstrates the ability of Madagascan species to fill unusual ecological niches

    Written by Ellen Daugherty on 16th April 2017

    SCIENCE

    How a Change in Diet Could Help Reduce Global Climate Change

    New research at the University of California has looked into the full effects of adopting a healthy diet, with its impacts spanning from reducing climate change to improving national health services. Ellen Daugherty reports

    Written by Ellen Daugherty on 9th April 2017

    SCIENCE

    How to Double Your Memory Capacity in One Month

    With exam season looming, Kara Watson looks into a new study that claims it has found a way to double your memory capacity

    Written by Kara Watson on 5th April 2017

    FEATURES

    Planet Earth II – The Making of a Natural History ‘Blockbuster’ at The Bramall

    On the 29th March a lucky audience found themselves in conversation with Mike Gunton, the executive producer of Planet Earth II, at The Bramall. Redbrick’s Ellen Daugherty reports on the lecture

    Written by Ellen Daugherty on 1st April 2017

    GADGETS

    Intel Cruises Its Way into Driverless Market

    After tech giant Intel revealed on 13th March that it was buying the autonomous vehicle firm Mobileye, James Pettit takes a look at the implications this deal has on technology in the market

    Written by James Pettit on 31st March 2017

    SCIENCE

    Resurrection: Can We Bring Back the Woolly Mammoth?

    Kara Watson investigates a claim by group of scientists that say they can bring back the Woolly Mammoth within two years

    Written by Kara Watson on 18th March 2017
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