Bioinformatics Masters at University of Guelph and Bsc Neuroscience grad from Sussex University. Originally from Grece
Apple Music vs Spotify: Battle of the streaming giants
Judging looks, ease of usage, and features available, we're here to help you decide which of the two popular streaming services is the one for you.
How TV is helping destroy the stigma around mental health
Can fictional stories in modern TV help us with our real life problems?
How animated shows are coming through with their LGBTQ+ representation
A concept: maybe it’s better for big multi-billion companies to be pioneers of gay mainstream representation instead of being so close-minded they have to squash any effort made to represent LGBTQ+ families and children..
Album Review: Ariana Grande - Sweetener
Ariana walks us through the art of healing, one sparkling step at a time.
Your Love Island Final recap is here: who walked away with their true love and 50K check?
The one time the people have spoken correctly
Why Love Island's Samira Mighty deserved better
Previously on Love Island: A couple's scenes were barely shown on screen and we're left wondering why
Accessible gaming is here: discover the new Xbox Adaptive Controller
The device addresses the needs of gamers for whom ordinary gamepads aren’t an option.
Allow me to reintroduce myself: the Microsoft Surface Hub 2 is here
I want eight of these, thanks.
A millennial experiment: the 7-day social media blackout
I stayed off social media for a week and here’s why you should too.
My Time of Change: Coming out at the age of 16
I make my voice heard before fear can swallow it and I go from there.
Do you even love me? This scientific test claims to know the answer
Valentine's day was just upon us but it's not too late to start thinking about your relationship.
Oxford University extended exam time to decrease gender gap
Extra exam time was given to all students
What VR means for the future of Art
From the first 4D film machine to virtual painting and museums.
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?
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?
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.
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.
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.