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.
Are untreatable “superbugs” fact or fiction? Scientists are searching for new ways to combat antibiotic resistance.
Would you like vaccinations with your salad, madam?
Alisha Aman investigates how depression can affect you, and the possible genetic link behind it.
Raeesah Maqsood discusses the gut-brain axis and how microbiota may play a crucial role in the development of schizophrenia.
The science behind Down’s syndrome