Zara - Year 13 Student Editor’s Note: This essay forms part of a collection of student works published in the 2020 edition of Salutaris, the GSAL Sixth Form academic journal. It was originally published here in The GSAL Journal. CPD Having recently won an essay prize, I commissioned Zara to come up with a way of visually capturing and … Continue reading Should we bring wolves back to Britain?
Zara Hossain-Ibrahim - Year 13 Student Zara Hossain-Ibrahim is one of the winners of Peterhouse’s Kelvin Science Prize in 2019. The standard of entries was really high but the judges felt that her essay stood out for its clarity of argument, stylish prose, level of research and originality of thought. This commendation puts her in … Continue reading Should we bring wolves back to Britain – what is the scientific case for re-wilding?
Julia Fiegler-Rudol - Year 9 Student Julia Fiegler-Rudol (Year 9) writes on the complex topic of the medical application of bioluminescence, in response to the recent Write a Science Blog competition advertised in The GSAL Journal. This excellent essay demonstrates Julia's passion and curiosity in a field that is pushing the boundaries of 21st century … Continue reading Medical Application of Bioluminescence
Mr C Dodd - Staff Editor Inspiring and Nurturing the Scientists of the Future What is the YSJ? The Young Scientists Journal is an international peer-review science journal written, reviewed and produced by school students aged 12 to 20. The YSJ is a place for young people to publish their scientific research. Print issues of … Continue reading Young Scientists Journal
Mr C Dodd - Staff Editor The end of men? The reported degeneration of the sex-determining Y chromosome may, at the current rate of decline, spell the end of men within the next 4.6 million years. However, the situation is rather more complex than the headline suggests: men might just be here to stay. Chromosome … Continue reading What’s News: The end of men?