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.
As part of our Taboo issue of I,Science, Mary Barker explored the stigma around sex work, and the dangers it can create for those in the industry.
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 […]
It’s been a little over a month since President Trump’s inauguration. I,Science take a look at the impact on science and technology under the new administration.
Exciting new research has taken scientists a step closer to understanding the nature and possibility of memory manipulation, and it’s medical implications.
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.
Ever thought about the ethics and philosophy behind our technological progress? Our author Silvia Lazzaris tackles the daunting topic of transhumanism.