Tag : technology


Masters of our future: Genetic tweaking with Mitochondrial Donation

The need for control is as strong in humans as the need for love and the need for an occupation. Reconciling our need for control with a world that insists on wrestling it from us lets existential crises of all…

0 Comments / 333 View / 14/04/2015


An Idle Generation? Youths, frozen in a technological void

‘You don’t know how good you have it’, ‘We weren’t so lucky in my day’ just a snippet of the clichés we have all heard at some stage of our childhood. Of course you could argue that this is an…

1 Comment / 152 View / 13/02/2015


‘People are apathetic and uninterested in politics’: Not true

On the 26th of January a much-needed report was launched by the Digital Democracy Commission led by the Speaker, the Rt Hon. John Bercow, MP: Open up! From 16-year-old students to cross-party MPs, Lords to everyday citizens, it’s only 8.30…

0 Comments / 101 View / 02/02/2015

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Drone deliveries and automated taxi drivers: A threat to social order?

Drone deliveries and self-driving taxis are set to be accomplished by 2020 according to Nick Sohnemann from FutureCandy. So, what does this mean for postmen and taxi drivers’ jobs? The technology operates through using smart glasses. You can order a…

0 Comments / 110 View / 26/11/2014


The Internet makes bullying seem inconsequential

In an era where the internet and social technology are as close to our fingertips as the next meal and where access to the internet is practically a household need, it is unfortunate that cyberbullying is on the rise and…

1 Comment / 136 View / 14/11/2014