The Corbyn spy story reveals the rank hypocrisy of the British press

In a shocking turn of events that would surprise Nostradamus, the right wing tabloid press has been having a bit of a field day with what seems to be a non-story about Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.

With the subtlety of a sledgehammer, the Mail and their ilk have been driving home the message that Jeremy Corbyn is a communist spy – or at least was, during the latter-end of the Cold War. Read more...

What Are Your Trump Predictions for 2018?

Donald Trump is unhinged, to say the least. With that in mind, here are some predictions for what could be in store for the President and his family in 2018.

Mass-tweeting and binge-eating his retirement days away in the Oval Office (or the golf course), it’s clear from his increasingly irate outbursts that Trump is not the most stable character. Read more...

Breakthrough experiment pushes the boundaries of Quantum Biology

Physicists at Northwestern university have, for the first time in history, quantum entangled two biological systems.

This breakthrough could pave the way for utilising quantum effects to study biological systems, giving scientists a new set of tools with which to probe nature, and bringing us yet another small step closer to the realisation of quantum technologies.  Read more...

Reclaiming the climate change narrative from the corporate world

While the participation of corporations in climate action is welcomed, they have often prevented the many activists, NGOs and indigenous groups fighting climate injustice from being heard on the biggest stage.
 
Aside from some particularly difficult individuals, countries, and corporate donors, most of us seem to have settled on the consensus that climate change is real, manmade, and getting worse. Read more...