Georgia Woodroffe talks to Animal Welfare Director David Neale about the current situation of animals used for entertainment in China
Is chemical injection the key to countering the onset of blindness?
98 percent of species that have ever existed are now extinct; will the same be true for humans?
Emily Collins reviews Professor Tanya Byron’s talk on mental health issues among young people
From blood vessels to rocketships; Matthew Wells discusses the exciting prospects of 3D printing
Chains, starvation and concrete enclosures; it’s all happening at the zoo, no matter how much we don’t want to believe it’s true. Georgia Woodroffe tells of the dark side to animal captivity
Hippies despise it, politicians are wary of supporting it and even scientists are uncertain about the consequences of genetic engineering. The ability to produce fluorescent pigs and bizarre animal crossbreeds (look up the ‘Lemurat’ or…
‘Revolutionary’ breakthrough brings personalised tissue transplants one step closer
Oral immunotherapy provides new hope for food allergy sufferers
Can the Evolution vs Creation debate ever be resolved?
Isn’t it irritating when you can’t get a song out of your head? Particularly when it’s the same section on repeat. But what if it never stopped? Think noisy neighbors you can never escape. This is a fact of life for 1 in 10 thousand people over the age of 65
Caitlin Killen discusses synthetic genes and their promising role in unveiling the flaws in HIV disguise