Diary of a Researcher: Life at the (not-so-romantic) telescope

In the fourth part of our Diary of a researcher series, Josh Greenslade gives us an insight in to what life is like at an observatory 2,800m above sea level. One thing is for sure: not even making coffee is easy up there.

I,Science Issue 36 Artwork

Following on from the great feedback we received for using reader¬†artwork in our last issue, Other Worlds, our Picture’s Editor, Natasha Gertler, reached out to our readers again for their artistic input for our Spring 2017¬†issue, Taboo. Below, in order of magazine appearance, we look at each piece more closely, accompanied by a short description […]

MANIPULATING MEMORIES AT THE FLICK OF A SWITCH

Exciting new research has taken scientists a step closer to understanding the nature and possibility of memory manipulation, and it’s medical implications.

Diary of a Researcher: Recreating the conditions of space at our fingertips

In part 3 of our Diary of a Researcher series, we take a look at how Imperial physicists are recreating the conditions of space, on Earth.