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Coca-Cola have released low-calorie, vitamin-infused citrus drink Aquarius.

Coca-Cola’s health drink makes UK debut following lawsuit over their last ‘brain boost’ juice

Coca-Cola have released low-calorie, vitamin-infused citrus drink Aquarius.

'Science of the very, very small'.

Eureka! Episode 7: Quantum Physics

'Science of the very, very small'.

Did you know over 50% of pregnancies are unwanted?

Eureka! Episode 6: Contraception

Did you know over 50% of pregnancies are unwanted?

‘Our country’s filthy air is a national disgrace’.
What is a ‘soy boi’, and why does Kayvan avoid plant-based milk?

Eureka! Episode 5: Food and Diet

What is a ‘soy boi’, and why does Kayvan avoid plant-based milk?

Vice-chancellors sit in on meetings that decide their pay.

Vice-Chancellors have already earned a year’s tuition fees in the first 9 days of 2019

Vice-chancellors sit in on meetings that decide their pay.

From what happens to single-use plastics, to the potential of fish poo to save the planet - the University of Sheffield students are back for a final festive episode.

Eureka! Episode 4: Plastic & Food Waste

From what happens to single-use plastics, to the potential of fish poo to save the planet - the University of Sheffield students are back for a final festive episode.

Tune in for a 7-minute extra on the potential of new technology to fight crime.

Eureka! Episode 3: Artificial Intelligence (Extra)

Tune in for a 7-minute extra on the potential of new technology to fight crime.

The first three Eureka! episodes cover the topics of Alcohol, Mental Health, and Artificial Intelligence.

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.

We spoke to students who were at the protests on Saturday.

The 'Extinction Rebellion' from students' perspectives

We spoke to students who were at the protests on Saturday.

Arts project Paper Peace will travel to five cities in England.

Country-wide arts project Paper Peace commemorates century since the end of WW1

Arts project Paper Peace will travel to five cities in England.

A West London hospital will be the first to offer treatment for extreme gaming disorders.

NHS launches centre to combat addiction to ‘digital heroin’

A West London hospital will be the first to offer treatment for extreme gaming disorders.

Comedy legend Seann Walsh talks best and worst moments in comedy, drinking, and Edinburgh Fringe.

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.

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.

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.

Loughborough student Josh Bain speaks to The National Student in preperation for the games.

This Loughborough student is heading for the Commonwealth Games

Loughborough student Josh Bain speaks to The National Student in preperation for the games.

Canine therapy sessions have a positive impact on students' stress and happiness levels

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

The service will offer two trains daily at competitive prices.

Eurostar trains to launch a direct route from London to Amsterdam this April

The service will offer two trains daily at competitive prices.

The map showing the data was discovered by an Australian student.

Activity of US military personnel accidentally illuminated via fitness app

The map showing the data was discovered by an Australian student.

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