Science & Gaming

A Year Of Gaming In 2017


Deputy Science & Gaming Editor Ryan Gulliford takes a look back at the gaming industry throughout 2017, highlighting some fan favourite releases. Does 2018 have a hard year to match?

Social Psychology in The News


One of the latest groups on campus, SPIN get together once a month to debate everything to do with Social Psychology and its association with the latest news. Alice Hitchcock has everything you need to know.

Rewriting Physics


Simon Williams explains why finding nothing can be more interesting than finding something.

Heavens Above


A look ahead at some of the exciting things visible in the night sky in the first part of the New Year.

Why WiFi?


Michele Theil reports on a recent study that seemed to claim that WiFi is linked to developmental disorders such as autism.

Step into the mind of young Stephen Hawking


Hawking’s thesis is an insight into an exceptional mind and the first steps of discovery in what has been a remarkable scientific journey. So what is “Properties of expanding universes” about?

Online Gaming: Redefining Social Interaction


Deputy Science & Gaming Editor Ryan Gulliford explores the significance of promoting social interaction in today’s games. Is online gaming a key tool in aiding people with social anxiety?

MCM London Comic Con: An Event Round Up


Deputy Science and Gaming Editor Ryan Gulliford took a trip to this October’s MCM London Comic Con. Here is a round up of the event!

International Dark Matter Day


Jessica Copeland describes International Dark Matter Day 2017, celebrated by Royal Holloway’s Physics Department, and the theories behind Dark Matter.

There’s something wrong with the Sun!


It turns out we don’t know our Sun quite as well as we thought we did. Simon Williams explains the latest developments in solar exploration.