Rebecca Hall

Rebecca has written 12 articles for Nouse

Disappointing results for UYSWC

  The Swimming and Water Polo Club came into Roses with high hopes of securing points after an excellent season…

UYSWC v Cancer swim raises £1500

  The Swimming and Water Polo club held a 12 hour charity swim on Friday, raising over £1500 for Target…

TB resistant cows: a promising future?

IT WAS ANNOUNCED last month by Chinese scientists that a group of cows have been genetically engineered to be resistant…

Predatory bacteria – friend, foe or façade?

If it sounds too good to be true then it probably is. So when the BBC announced last week that…

York women break eight club records

YORK’S SWIMMERS headed to Sheffield’s Pond Forge International Sports Centre last weekend for the first of their BUCS competition of…

Eukaryotic life, but not as we know it

A team of scientists from Charles University in Prague have discovered a living organism that appears to be missing mitochondria,…

Attenborough at 90: A look at the weird and wonderful

The work of David Attenborough is wide ranging and varied, Rebecca Hall explores his contributions

Redefining life – a new minimal genome

Scientists have created a synthetic bacterium with the smallest genome ever, containing a tiny 473 genes. This effort nudges us…

How can Dengue help Zika?

Rebecca Hall looks at how we deal with the virus

BUCS Short Course Success for York Swimmers

Club records tumbled at the first gala of the season with highlights in the 400m individual medley and the 200m breaststroke

Mixed results for women’s water polo

Two narrow losses were countered by a huge win against rivals Lancaster in the women’s water polo

UYSWC ladies suffer agonising defeat

A long range effort sank the UYSWC ladies in the final quarter against Leeds