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Dianna Bautista

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The proposed Republican tax reform attacks both students and universities

Obtaining a graduate degree is a demanding experience. But for many students, being able to contribute to research and knowledge in a field they are passionate about is a dream…

A Compendium of Lost Things

Loss can take many different forms. From the loss of something seemingly minor like a set of keys, to the emotional loss of your relationship with a relative, A Compendium…

Confabulation!

A Motorhead concert, a skip rope incident, and a dinner gone terribly wrong? These random stories make up Confabulation! an entertaining solo show about the phenomena of creating false memories.…

Out of the lab and into the pub: Scientists find a new venue for sharing science

Five years ago, a group of UK-based postgraduates and postdoctoral researchers, led by Dr Praveen Paul and Dr Michael Motskin, decided to create a festival that combined two unlikely things,…

The final days of the woolly mammoth explored

Large populations of woolly mammoths wandered freely across North America and Siberia 45,000 years ago. However, 10,000 years ago, due to a warming climate and human hunting, mammoth populations dwindled…

Twins in space: intergalactic travel could change DNA

Space travel can do funky things to the human body. It’s possible for astronauts to return to Earth slightly taller, with smaller muscles, more fragile bones, and “the worst hangover…

Vaccinating against falsehood to revive fact

“Denzel Washington and Pope Francis endorse Donald Trump”; “Leaving the EU would lead to a 350 million pound bonus for the NHS”. Which of these was real? Both were proven…

What do the molecules left behind on your posessions say about you?

Imagine a crime scene. The thief in question wanted to toy with the police, so they left behind their cell phone with wiped data and no fingerprints. Well…It turns out…