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    Technology and Modern Theatre

    Olivia Boyce looks into the ever-growing connection between theatre and technology, especially with recent advances showing the true potential of this partnership

    Written by Olivia Boyce on 7th March 2017


    Encouraging Women to Work in STEM

    Women going into STEM subjects has become more and more of a focus in today’s society, and many researchers are looking into why so little women choose to pursue science careers. Kara Watson investigates

    Written by Kara Watson on 16th February 2017


    US Tech Industry Responds to Trump’s Refugee Ban

    Sci & Tech Editor James Pettit takes a look into the effect that Trump’s worrying immigration ban is having over the technology industry

    Written by James Pettit on 10th February 2017


    Mental Health Treatments

    Sci and Tech Editor, Kara Watson, takes a look at two instances of mental health treatments, both of which have had great positive effects

    Written by Kara Watson on 1st February 2017


    The Science Behind: “Clean” Eating

    The start of a new year calls for more exercise, drinking more water and eating healthily. But is the new fad of “clean” eating really good for you? And is it backed up by science? Ellen Daugherty reports

    Written by Ellen Daugherty on 20th January 2017


    A Look at oSTEM: Out as LGBT+ in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

    Tatiana Zhelezniakova looks into oSTEM, an exciting initiative created to connect the LGBT and scientific communities

    Written by Tatiana Zhelezniakova on 10th December 2016


    Event Review: Life Sciences in Six

    Joanna Chustecki reviews the slick, smart event that highlighted just some of the University’s most important Life Sciences research on 22nd November

    Written by Redbrick on 7th December 2016


    Wondering Why Old Joe Was Red?

    On Thursday 1st December, Old Joe lit up red to acknowledge World AIDS day. Rachel Kahn reports

    Written by Rachel Kahn on 7th December 2016


    Carbon Dioxide Concentrations Signal the Dawn of the Anthropocene

    James Pettit investigates how a milestone for atmospheric pollution coincides with the classification of a new geological epoch

    Written by James Pettit on 23rd November 2016


    A Brief Look into Trump’s Scientific Policies 

    Being a notorious climate-change denier, and with many of his scientific views being labelled as a ‘disaster’ and a ‘tragedy’ for the future of research, Trump is set to shake the scientific world. Ellen Daugherty reports

    Written by Ellen Daugherty on 18th November 2016


    Redbrick Meets: Professor Laura Piddock for World Antibiotic Awareness Week

    For the second year running, from the 14th-20th November, Old Joe will be turning blue to mark World Antibiotic Awareness and to highlight the growing problem of antibiotic resistance. Rachel Kahn reports

    Written by Rachel Kahn on 14th November 2016


    UoB to Take UNESCO Chair

    UoB has been asked to join the UNESCO Chairs Programme, to develop research in Water Science. Kara Watson reports

    Written by Kara Watson on 31st October 2016
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