Last month, Chancellor George Osborne outlined the government’s economic plans in the 2016 Budget. This included the surprise introduction of a national sugar levy on soft drinks to combat childhood obesity. But will it work? In this article, Jiska van der Reest reviews the science behind the legislation and its promise for public health.
By arguing for Integral Fast Reactors, John Lindberg explores the lesser-known sibling of conventional nuclear power and its immense potential - if we decide to challenge the status quo.
How do bacteria we consider household names cause such widespread disease and panic?
Lovisa Sundin explores the poetry-penning algorithms of our minds.
Millions of people in the UK take antibiotics every year to clear infection, but in some cases, could they actually be doing more harm than good?
Andrés explores the science of bone healing with a view to current and new applications for orthopaedic surgery based in new conductive materials, growth factors and stem cells.
Jessica Bownes discusses a multitude of the World's problems and discovers that they may all share a common, single solution.