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Neuralink Carries Out First Ever Human Clinical Trial Amid Raised Concerns Surrounding Potential Prior Protocol Violations. 

In a 9 minutes long live-stream, Noland Arbaugh, the first recipient of the neural implant made by the Brain-Computer interface company Neuralink was seen playing chess online by being able…

AI’s Secret Strain on the Planet

AI’s speculated revolution is becoming actualised at a breakneck pace. Big tech companies and industry leaders consistently tout such benefits of AI integration; indeed, AI’s potential offerings have never been…

Worth the Hype(rloop)?

The hyperloop concept proposes a revolutionary mode of transportation which aims to mitigate the resistance that regular vehicles are (quite literally) held back by. For this to be possible, air…

Wild Adaptations

PLATYPUS Written by: Hoithem L., Staff Writer Platypuses are one of nature’s most interesting creations, and are well-known for possessing unique features and abilities (One of them NOT being a…

Clouded Choices: Navigating Nature’s Rights & Mining in Ecuador

Let me transport you to the Choco-Andean region of South America, specifically to the protected forest of Los Cedros. The region is a haven for a plethora of species; it…

World Water Day 2024

In a world brimming with technological marvels and advancements, it is easy to overlook the most essential element for life: water. On 22 March, the world pauses to reflect on…

Ice Spy: Drones in Antarctica 

I spy with my little eye…nothing. No ice over miles and miles of ocean. Despite Antarctica being far away from those of us living in Sussex, climate change is an…

Shattering Silicon Ceilings

Celebrating Women in Tech for Women’s History Month Rana el Kaliouby Written by: Semhar (Semi) Tesfasgy, Editor in Chief Rana el Kaliouby is an incredible woman in tech who has…

The Search for Extraterrestrial Life

Psychologists categorise the human desire to seek further knowledge or eliminate uncertainty as epistemic curiosity, fuelling questions such as “Are we alone?“, “Is there life in the universe?” – two…

Clouded Choices: Navigating Nature’s Rights & Mining in Ecuador

Let me transport you to the Choco-Andean region of South America, specifically to the protected forest of Los Cedros. The region is a haven for a plethora of species, it…

Hacksussex: Expanding on Tech Skills at University

If you’re a student/teacher that has been in any way involved in the Informatics and Engineering department, you’ve heard of Hacksussex in some way. It’s the largest tech-based society on…