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    FEATURES

    Blue LEDs, Brain GPS and High-Res Microscopes: the 2014 Nobel Prize Winners

    Beth Holland reveals the Nobel Prize Winners for peace, psychology/medicine, physics and chemistry that were announced earlier this month.

    Written by Beth Holland on 21st October 2014

    GADGET REVIEWS

    Microsoft unveils the new Windows 10

    Apparently windows can't count, as the release of Windows 10 follows Windows 8. Sci&Tech writer, Roshni Patel, investigates the highs and lows of the new Operating System.

    Written by Redbrick on 20th October 2014

    SCIENCE

    Mystery of HIV Origin Uncovered

    Sci&Tech Editor, Rachel Taylor, informs us of the recent discoveries that confirm the origin of HIV.

    Written by Rachel Taylor on 16th October 2014

    CREATURE FEATURE

    Creature Feature: The Vampire Deer

    Find out more about the Vampire Deer and vote on the next creature to be featured!

    Written by Redbrick Technology on 16th October 2014

    GADGETS

    3D Printing: A handy solution to prosthetics!

    A Scottish girl is one of the first Britons to have a prosthetic hand made using 3D printing technology.

    Written by Emma Houghton on 16th October 2014

    GAME REVIEWS

    South Park: The Stick of Truth

    Find out why Thomas Ling gives South Park's latest game a near perfect score and why it's just plain silly fun

    Written by Thomas Ling on 18th April 2014

    GAME REVIEWS

    Titanfall

    A review of one of the most anticipated games of the year, now that it's here, is it truly the next gen title that we've all been looking for?

    Written by George Bearman on 23rd March 2014

    GAME REVIEWS

    Killzone: Shadow Fall

    Thomas Ling gives us an in depth review of the PS4 exclusive

    Written by Thomas Ling on 19th March 2014

    SCIENCE

    Silk Screws

    Beth Carney reveals how silk will be used to mend broken bones

    Written by Beth Carney on 19th March 2014

    FEATURES

    Campus Spotlight: Arts and Science

    Science and Tech Editors Claire Harris and Soumya Perinparajah take a look at what's going on in the Arts and Science festival this week

    Written by Claire Harris & Soumya Perinparajah on 17th March 2014

    FEATURES

    Sensational science: Too good to be true?

    Sci&Tech Editor Claire Harris, in light of recent controversies, questions the integrity of Scientific journals and what we consider 'proven fact'.

    Written by Claire Harris on 14th March 2014

    GADGETS

    Getting a feel for things

    Fujitsu have come up a new form of haptic technology, one day soon you'll be able to feel the things you see on your smart device

    Written by George Bearman on 12th March 2014
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