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Archive of posts published in the category: science

The World’s First Test Tube Puppies Have Been Born

After a string of failures, the first successful attempt to birth puppies from IVF has…

Where’s That Robot With My Damn Sandwich?

As I was idly masticating my breakfast sandwich this morning, I realised something; it’s already…

Shark Finning: At the Jaws of Extinction

I thought I would go about writing this after a recent event that has been labeled a…

Resolutions right now

Sitting my exams back in July, results day seemed a lifetime away, let alone September, but alas…

Bark worse than its bite, or too hard to swallow?

Let’s take a minute to study these quotes: “We are about to embark on a…

Lucid dreaming

” … Someone mentions it’s like a dream. I laugh and say that’s because I…

Yuri’s Night: A low key celebration of one of the USSR’s few success stories

On April 12, 1961, in the barren desert steppe of Kazakhstan, a large rocket carrying…

Perfume: The Story of a Murderer

Perfume: The Story of a Murderer, written by Patrick Süskind, is a book of both…

Are you sleeping enough to stay alive?

When you visit the doctor, what are you asked? “How can I help you today?”…

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

On November 3, 2011, I was diagnosed with the condition polycystic ovarian syndrome. Since then…