Science

By Leong Qi Tyng – Contributing Writer The article this month focuses on current and upcoming inventions that could change our human lives for the better (or worse, depends how you see it). Dancing Drones The dancing drones, named Shooting Stars, made its appearance during Lady Gaga’s Super Bowl Halftime …

By Aaron Hurst – News Editor A project based in the University’s science building has made it to the final …

By Leong Qi Tyng – Contributing Writer A new year brings new scientific discoveries. In this article, I summarised a …

By Aaron Hurst – News Editor The Bayfordbury Observatory has opened its doors to the public for four events happening …

By Robert Wheatley – Health and Innovation Editor What’s going on in the realm of discovery? Off to a rough …

By Aimone Sharif – Head of Editorial The month of October, also known as Black History month, aims to show …

By Aaron Hurst- News Editor The highly anticipated Science Building on College Lane has opened in time for this academic …

Image: Pexels.com [Bryony Wharfe | Contributing Writer] Everyone knows about Thomas Edison and his invention of the light bulb, Alexander Bell …

Image: Kasia Sawicka [Leong Qi Tyng | Contributing Writer] Wondering what kinds of new and wonderful inventions and discoveries have crept …

[Lashara Van Heerden | Features Manager] Bayfordbury Observatory is the University of Hertfordshire’s astronomical and atmospheric remote sensing observatory. It’s …

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