Architecture isn't just responsible for where we live; it can show us the past; make us think about how we live; who we live with; and even about our place in the world. Here are 5 architectural wonders:
The essence of nature. Butterflies are known to have been on the earth for at least 50 million years. This doesn’t mean they aren’t in danger as many butterflies face the risk of extinction all over the world. 56 species are in decline in Britain and Ireland alone.
2016 was an exciting year for oceanographers with the discovery of a new coral reef. Not just any reef though; this particular reef is destined to alter scientific knowledge, rewriting the textbooks of what we know about these incredible ecosystems.
There are many branches of philosophy, within which an entire web focuses on how we humans think and feel about the natural world. Yet, despite several philosophical movements and advancements over centuries, we still fail to agree on the level of respect and care nature deserves.
Internships give you the opportunity to gain experience in a working environment. Doing one abroad allows you to travel whilst pushing your boundaries and contributing to a global community. Which would you be best suited for?
Each year students pack their bags and set off on long, captivating journeys throughout the cities of Europe. Interrail isn’t just for young people though. Workers and even families can benefit from this conventional style of travel.
Polar Bears have long been a poster boy for climate change and the possible extinctions it may cause. So what is actually causing the decline in Polar Bears?
The ancient world has fascinated us for hundreds of years as an enigmatic window into the past. There are many places around the world that still tether us to this ancient time, and give us a sense of the origins of our own civilisations.
While Solar Energy may be taking off in many parts of the world, there are some places that are being left in the dark.
Collectively South America holds some of the most biodiverse habitat and vibrant cultures in the world. Take this quiz to find out which South American country you should visit:
There are many factors to consider when choosing an institution to study at but one of the most important details is location. For those that are brave enough to leave their home country, picking one of these cities may mean never wanting to return.
Rainforests are the earth’s oldest living ecosystems. Although they take up just 6% of the earth’s surface, half of the world’s plant and animal species live in them. With such high levels of biodiversity, many wonderfully unique creatures have been discovered. Here are five of the best!
In recognition of world whale day tomorrow this article covers one of the stranger and sadder phenomenon in the cetacean world; mass strandings.
Being more eco-friendly can be daunting, which is why many people turn a blind eye. As this week is Go Green Week around the UK, we thought it would be suitable to suggest just 3 simple things you can do to be much more eco-friendly that won’t shake up your life.
Are you a tough and independent Emperor Penguin living in the icy cold snow or are you more suited to the hot rays on an island with the other Galapagos Penguins? Take the quiz to find out which penguin species you really are!