• Who is the Einstein of our Generation

    Legacy is important, yet hard to spot in the moment. People who were around in Einstein’s time probably didn’t realise he was well, Einstein. His greatness was only realised after his death. As it is difficult to spot such greatness when their legacy isn’t fully known, I have decided to ...

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  • Why We All Prefer to Live Our Lives Online

    In an age fraught with so much technology, over population and rapid development, it’s visible that people – in particular, young adults – are gradually retreating into an online life. No longer do youths choose to spend time outside, instead picking the controlled environment of a virtual environment as opposed ...

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  • Chinese Tech is Coming Out to the World

    The Xiaomi Mi Mix was released today, and my god is it amazing. Completely full screen, very little phone – just a screen. The promo for it looks incredible. Apple should be, and probably are, crapping themselves. And rightly so. For years, China has been playing catch up with the ...

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  • Fallout 4 Review

    It would be difficult to start a review column off without talking about at least one of the biggest new releases of this year. And though the rest of the internet and indeed some small tribes in Borneo who communicate with each other by thumping logs have already reviewed it ...

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  • Should Schools be doing more to promote STEM subjects?

    The last month has been a particularly important time for British science. As a country we have achieved a new peak in the voyage of scientific discovery. A few weeks ago the nation held its breath as Timothy Peake was transported to the International Space Station as the second British astronaut ever to do so. ...

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