Issue 7 out now! That’s one less decision in life to make…

Ever struggle to make your mind up?

The latest issue of Guru Magazine is now available for free download (or online reading)! Listed first by Webuser magazine as ‘best free digital magazine’, this issue features a healthy blend of psychology, art, technology, science and opinion.

Guru Magazine issue 7

In this issue, discover why we should all consider a portion of genetically modified foods on our dinner plates – or so Evolution Guru Charley Harvey thinks. Our correspondent from Japan gives a first-hand account of surviving in a post-Fukushima Japan (it’s not pleasant) – and argues why nuclear power should be here to stay. Sceptical Daryl Ilbury is never shy of controversy, and ponders Consegrity – a dangerous alternative therapy that suckered in many (don’t worry, we hadn’t heard of it either). Oh, but there’s more…

Guest writer Chloe McDonagh discusses the effects overdoing Facebook might be having on your – or your child’s – mind. There are some stunning uber-artistic quilts to oogle at, fitness know-how, brainteasers to try your hand at (and win prizes) and several other delectable (non-genetically modified) treats.

Kicking us off is Leila, who weighs up which of Starbuck’s 87,000 drink varieties to try next. Thankfully, not all decisions are that tricky…

Click here to read issue 7 now!

Guru magazine is a free, crowd-sourced publication. We aim to deliver articles of a general interest nature, covering science-related themes. All of our contributors are passionate about communicating facts with accuracy and integrity. If you have something to say, a suggestion or would like to pitch in, then please send us an email. Post thoughts and feedback on the Facebook wall. Ask life’s challenging questions to us via Twitter, using the hashtag #AskGuru.

Article by Stuart Farrimond

July 31, 2012

Doctor Stu is editor of Guru Magazine. He originally trained as a medical doctor before deciding to branch out into lecturing, writing, editing and science communication. He drinks far too much coffee, eats lots of ice cream and has a bizarre love of keeping fit.
You can check out Doctor Stu’s blog at or his poncy personal website Here's his .

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