Sleep is vital for our bodies to function. Yet as our lives become more hectic, many of us dip in to sleep time for those extra hours. But Ravi Shankar explores why this may not be such a good idea.
A recent study by a team of international researchers has determined that a staggering number of brown dwarfs may be present in our galaxy
Researchers at Cornell University may be closer to understanding what came first – bigger brains or larger brain regions that control specific behaviours.
Earlier this year a petition on Change.org appeared demanding a sea burial for Charles Byrne, a 7 foot 7 inch man who lived in the eighteenth century, but whose body was snatched from his coffin and displayed as a medical marvel.
For this issue, our Pictures Editor, Natasha Gertler, reached out to artists from within and external to Imperial for their artistic input for the Summer 2017 issue
Some of the greatest parasitic killers and diseases in the world are neglected. However, a new collaborative framework of chemistry students may be about tackle these overlooked killers.
‘De-extinction’ scientists are trying to bring back dead species, but some have raised concerns about these efforts