Monthly Archives: June 2016

When matters of the mind meet ailments of the body: exploring the power of big data

According to the charity Mind 1 in 4 people in the UK are expected to experience some type of mental health problem each year. Importantly, those suffering from severe mental illness (SMI) also tend towards poorer physical health and higher … Continue reading

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The Case of the Jumping Carbons

This year the Manchester branch of the British Science Association launched it’s first ever science journalism competition. They presented AS and A-level students across Greater Manchester with the daunting task of interviewing an academic researcher then using this material to … Continue reading

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Shedding Light on the Nucleus

This year the Manchester branch of the British Science Association launched it’s first ever science journalism competition. They presented AS and A-level students across Greater Manchester with the daunting task of interviewing an academic researcher then using this material to … Continue reading

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Can the Onset of Psychosis Be Predicted by the Presence of Neuro-inflammation?

This year the Manchester branch of the British Science Association launched it’s first ever science journalism competition. They presented AS and A-level students across Greater Manchester with the daunting task of interviewing an academic researcher then using this material to … Continue reading

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