About The Author

I have recently completed an MSc in Pollution and Environmental Control at the University of Manchester, UK, in which I expect to achieve a distinction. Prior to this, I completed a BSc in Palaeontology at the University of Portsmouth, UK, in which I achieved a 2.1 with honours.

The Chronic Arsenic Poisoning Of The Bangladeshi People

Bangladesh is currently facing the worlds worst case of mass arsenic poisoning. The country uses groundwater to meet a vast amount of the populations’ water needs. Using groundwater is generally seen as more reliable and often provides water of a better quality compared to surface water. However, even though groundwater boasts a number of advantages

What Is Bitcoin Mining & How Has It Evolved?

By now you have probably heard of the revolutionary cryptocurrency Bitcoin and how it’s going to shape the world of the future. The currency was originally made in 2009 by an elusive coder, who goes by the alias Satoshi Nakamoto, as a way of creating a decentralized universal currency that allows users to exchange tokens

Is The Earth’s Sixth Mass Extinction Upon Us?

The phrase ‘mass extinction’ creates images of meteor strikes, exploding volcanoes and the rapid, brutal, destruction of the nonavian dinosaurs in the mind. A number of things may be wrong with this image, no more so than it was a one-off, and that it couldn’t happen again. Palaeontologists have deciphered from the rock record that