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Jason Murugesu is a postgraduate student in science communication at Imperial College London, and a former Wellcome Scholar at the New Statesman.
Which memories do we keep, and which are lost forever? The New Statesman team lend me a helping hand by sharing theirs.
The case of the Chinese baby Tiantian is not an isolated one.
“It’s lunch, not a hobby.”
Some believe the council is creating “a dystopian world” with 3D maps of homes, to instantly issue residents fines for using the wrong bins.
What scientists know as mind-wandering tells us much about what it means to be human.
Some sweet tooths were sour about the idea of paying more for their sugar.
Only seven per cent of the capital’s cyclists come from ethnic minority groups.
Because deleting your account is easier said than done.
The marketisation of our universities is facing its biggest opposition yet.
The occasion occupies the same space as Kardashians, or curling.