Because we definitely haven’t heard enough ridiculous stuff in the last few weeks.
Hawking teams up with Cambridge royalty including Masters of Trinity, Caius and Churchill to counter Queen’s backing of Brexit
And it may have just mended a thousand hearts
Engling by name and actor by nature, ROBBIE AIRD sits in on a NatSci supervision and lives to tell the tale
A Part IB NatSci paper had students in a tangle this weekend when it set two faulty questions to which there were no correct answers.
TIM SQUIRRELL gets emotional about Brian Cox and has something to say about science on the box.
Update: the Oxford University computer network’s security has also been compromised.
JAMES ABBOTT-THOMPSON tells you why Oxbridge are getting too big for their boots.
Theatre Editor KIERAN CORCORAN carries out a controlled investigation of a play which, despite a standout performance, is ultimately blinded by its own science.
Carol Vorderman is ecstatic that her daughter Katie has been offered a place at Cambridge for next year.
JONNY CARTER joins the University Physics Society for an evening with Jack Liebeck and Brian Foster.
TABATHA LEGGETT talks to guitar legend turned photography pioneer Brian May about why philosophy and physics are the same.