Ella Moger blogs on Nature Vs Nurture

Nature Vs Nurture I read an article recently in the New Scientist by geneticist Robert Plomin who raised the debate of the parenting myth: ‘How kids are raised matters less than you think’. This made me think of a few issues with regards to how DNA and genetics are related to your overall behaviour rather […]

Jack Pacey blogs: Ageing: Why? How? And if we could stop it, should we?

Ageing: Why? How? And if we could stop it, should we? Ageing is a natural part of life. Forever, it has been viewed as an inevitable process; we are born, we age and we die. That is the supposed order of things. However, what happens if we could stop ageing, would we or, possibly more […]

Secularización en España blogs Lottie Pike

Secularización en España – Lottie Pike La religión ha sido una gran parte de la cultura e historia de España, y el país ha sido influido mucho por la iglesia católica. Se puede ver esto en el número grande de iglesias y catedrales católicas en el país – de hecho, algunas de las iglesias y […]

James Pridgeon blogs an essay on how infants know that objects continue to exist

Piaget’s (1936) theory of cognitive development explains how a child constructs a mental model of the world. The term ‘object permanence’ is used to describe a child’s ability to know that objects continue to exist even though they can no longer be observed or heard. If you have played a game of ‘peek-a-boo’ with a […]

Alice Lucy Blogs about “The Green Blue”

The Green Blue’ is a national environmental awareness programme, founded by the RYA (Royal Yachting Association) and British Marine in 2005, at the Southampton Boat Show. The aims of the Green Blue are to inspire sustainable recreational boating. We all use the water, and so we as a community play a vital role in helping […]