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Nikolaos (Nick) Manesis
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Third-year Neuroscience student at Sussex University originally from Greece, well versed in Tech/Science but also interested in News, Politics, and Film/TV/Media. Tweet me at: @holyvanderjesus or email me : namanessis@gmail.com
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How does a television series sustain itself for more than a decade without running out of steam? Should  they be allowed to continue for as long as people watch them for?

Grey's Anatomy: The case for long-running TV shows

How does a television series sustain itself for more than a decade without running out of steam? Should they be allowed to continue for as long as people watch them for?

Rotten decaying bodies, moaning, wide-legged and lumbering, an appetite for human flesh but what really makes a zombie... a zombie?

The real life Neuroscience of Zombies

Rotten decaying bodies, moaning, wide-legged and lumbering, an appetite for human flesh but what really makes a zombie... a zombie?

Despite our incredible technological advancements, robots are still not the most viable solution in surgery.

Robotic surgery costs more money and time than key hole surgery, studies show

Despite our incredible technological advancements, robots are still not the most viable solution in surgery.

A recent breakthrough will allow scientists to precisely edit a patient's genome and erase base pairs or genes that lead to disease.

Cutting brain diseases out of the human genome

A recent breakthrough will allow scientists to precisely edit a patient's genome and erase base pairs or genes that lead to disease.

The age where we can fully recover our lost limbs is closer than we think.

Mind-controlled bionic limbs are shaping the future of prosthetics

The age where we can fully recover our lost limbs is closer than we think.

To prove  how efficient this bot really is, Elexirr is holding a challenge in which lawyers will have a go against it.

Bots vs Lawyers: who will win?

To prove how efficient this bot really is, Elexirr is holding a challenge in which lawyers will have a go against it.

Why do we have pet peeves when it comes to loud irritating noises?

The Neuroscience behind sounds that piss us off

Why do we have pet peeves when it comes to loud irritating noises?

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Adventure Time returns with new adventures, foes and revelations

TV Review: Adventure Time (Season 9, Episodes 15-18)

Adventure Time returns with new adventures, foes and revelations

The findings would come from a new YouGov poll created by the Royal Society of Arts.

Robots could take 4m UK jobs in the next 10 years

The findings would come from a new YouGov poll created by the Royal Society of Arts.

Members of her own party are calling for her resignation

Young Labour's Jasmin Beckett accused of bullying after insensitive tweet

Members of her own party are calling for her resignation

The next iPhone model would have been revealed thanks to the latest firmware leaks.

iPhone X to be released along with 7s and 7 Plus

The next iPhone model would have been revealed thanks to the latest firmware leaks.

The project was created in cooperation with the National Alliance on Mental Illness.

Google offers help when you search for depression

The project was created in cooperation with the National Alliance on Mental Illness.

It is called Elexirr and can provide very accurate legal information on a variety of scenarios.

Meet the robot that's beating real lawyers

It is called Elexirr and can provide very accurate legal information on a variety of scenarios.

With record breaking launch numbers and sales that lead to a shortage in stock, the Switch has brought Nintendo back to its former glory - so what games need a port to this console?

5 Games That Deserve To Be On The Nintendo Switch

With record breaking launch numbers and sales that lead to a shortage in stock, the Switch has brought Nintendo back to its former glory - so what games need a port to this console?

A new study has shown a strong link between our real-world interactions and social media.

What your Facebook profile says about your relationships

A new study has shown a strong link between our real-world interactions and social media.

From planning your monthly budget to monitoring daily expenditures.

Chip is the AI money saving app you should be using

From planning your monthly budget to monitoring daily expenditures.

It's able to dispute speeding tickets by giving access to free legal advice on the spot.

British student creates the first Robot Lawyer

It's able to dispute speeding tickets by giving access to free legal advice on the spot.

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