We live in a digital age that dictates the progress of our society through the development of technology. Our specialist writers handpick various pieces of Science and tech to inform you about what may have a large impact on our future.

Reluctance to Meditate

Ena explores the concept of meditation and talks about her journey and experience with different meditative practices such as breathing.

Hurricane Ida leaves Louisiana without power

Hurricane Ida hit the US gulf last Sunday with a wind speed of 150 mph, making it the fifth strongest to ever hit mainland USA.  By early Tuesday about 1.3 million homes and businesses in the region were without power according to PowerOutage,…

Wildfires Ravage Turkey as Country Records Hottest Day on Record

Turkey has issued an international appeal for help as it battles its second week of wildfires which have decimated several of its coastal towns. This has followed a record-breaking heat wave, fed by hot air from North Africa, which has swept…

Why do People Talk to Animals?

A look at the scientific reasons behind why people talk to animals, even though they can't understand.

Rewilding the Arctic - A Solution to Permafrost Thaw?

A recent study shows that rewilding the Arctic could solve permafrost thaw and enhance carbon capture.

Icebreaker Polarstern set to Study the Arctic for a Year

The German Icebreaker, Polarstern is set for a year long voyage in the Central Artic Ice to measure its impact on climate change.

Mobile Phone Market: Too Many to Count

The mobile phone market is filled with a wide range of phones but customers are having troubles staying up to date.

What does the Life of a Digital Nomad Look Like?

The popularity of Digital Nomadism has swept the Western World with many looking for careers on the move and in temporary spaces with the aid of technology.

The First Black Hole

April 11th 2019 - The day the first 'real' photograph of a black hole was sent back to Earth.

Success on a Universal Scale

An overview on how success can be measured on a universal scale.