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The Dawn of Intelligent Designer Babies

The possibility of creating specifically designed babies is a topic that has given rise to contentious ethical debate for decades, Sci&Tech's Courtney Kousser reports

Posted on 8th March 2019

Review: Women Power Protest at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

Orla Taylor-Davies reviews the 'Woman Power Protest' exhibition at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

Posted on 27th January 2019

Personalised Medicine Comes to the NHS

Charlotte Begley explores the prospect of medicine personalised for the individual

Posted on 30th October 2018

Redbrick Awards 2018

Comment were the big winners at 2018's Redbrick Awards, picking up the coveted prize for 'Best Section' during the celebrations at Highbury Hall

Posted on 19th August 2018

Feature: UoB during World War I – End Game

In his third and final instalment, Peter Vessey reveals how the University adapted to the world after World War One

Posted on 30th July 2018

Review: GMTG and Gospel Choir’s Hairspray

Mathilda Deacy reviews an energetic and entertaining production of Hairspray, by GMTG and the Gospel Choir.

Posted on 2nd June 2018

How The Cold Could Kill You

Comment Writer Holly Pittaway discusses how recent cold weather has made some people vulnerable, and what the government can do to prevent this

Posted on 18th March 2018

Sensitive Society: The Reality of ‘Fat-Shaming’

Comment Writer Alice Macfarlane argues the sensitivity of fat shaming should not belittle the affects it has on our health

Posted on 15th March 2018

Review: Quartet at the REP

Science&Tech editor Emilia Rose reviews the 'light-hearted and thought-provoking' Quartet at the REP, Birmingham.

Posted on 9th March 2018

The Women Who Inspire Redbrick

Redbrick's female editors celebrate International Women's Day by writing about the inspirational ladies in their lives.

Posted on 8th March 2018

Classrooms + Guns = The Perfect Combination for Death

Comment Writer Holly Pittaway presents the case against teachers being granted weapons in American schools

Posted on 1st March 2018

James Bulger: Was Justice Done?

TV Critic Hannah Sheffield reviews the controversial Channel 4 documentary The Bulger Killers: Was Justice Done?, reflecting on the infamous murder case 25 years on

Posted on 25th February 2018