Eureka! Episode 3: Artificial Intelligence (Extra)
Tune in for a 7-minute extra on the potential of new technology to fight crime.
Eureka! – check out the new science podcast by three medical postgraduates
The first three Eureka! episodes cover the topics of Alcohol, Mental Health, and Artificial Intelligence.
The 'Extinction Rebellion' from students' perspectives
We spoke to students who were at the protests on Saturday.
Country-wide arts project Paper Peace commemorates century since the end of WW1
Arts project Paper Peace will travel to five cities in England.
NHS launches centre to combat addiction to ‘digital heroin’
A West London hospital will be the first to offer treatment for extreme gaming disorders.
Interview: Brighton comedian Seann Walsh ahead of his Fringe show 'After This One, I'm Going Home'
Comedy legend Seann Walsh talks best and worst moments in comedy, drinking, and Edinburgh Fringe.
Meet the Glasgow University student who donated part of her liver to save the life of a toddler
Hannah Ford tells us about her experience of live organ donation, saving a life, and why you should sign up to become a donor after you die.
This Loughborough student is heading for the Commonwealth Games
Loughborough student Josh Bain speaks to The National Student in preperation for the games.
Student’s Best Friend: Study shows dogs can significantly alleviate student stress
Canine therapy sessions have a positive impact on students' stress and happiness levels
Eurostar trains to launch a direct route from London to Amsterdam this April
The service will offer two trains daily at competitive prices.
Activity of US military personnel accidentally illuminated via fitness app
The map showing the data was discovered by an Australian student.
Fire and Fury: Bad news for the President who cried Wolff?
Journalist Michael Wolff’s book Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House has been presented as possibly the strongest artillery yet for the cause to impeach the most unpopular US President since WW2.
Editors' comments from Milo Yiannopoulos' abandoned book revealed
Documents released following a court case between Yiannopoulos and his withdrawn publishers show scathing editorial notes on the manuscript of ‘Dangerous’.
Students go swimming in university underpass as Lancaster is flooded for the second time in three years
Lancaster town and university are severely flooded
Interview: Jamie Thrasivoulou
Poetry saved Jamie Thrasivoulou's life and he is now using it as a formidable force of social therapy through spoken verse.
10 Ideas for Halloween Fancy Dress Outfits Based on TV Shows
Take a look at these Netflix-inspired looks that will give you the chills
A brief history of animal welfare violations in the art world
Guggenheim's new China exhibition opens today, despite criticisms from animal rights groups.