Forget GMOs – it’s time for the GROs! Alisha Aman looks at genomically recoded organisms and the impact they could have on viruses and biochemicals.
Scientists screen over 3 million candidates to find one new compound capable of killing three species of disease-causing parasites.
I. Emilie Steinmark investigates whether nanoparticles could be the toothpaste 2.0
Claire Harris unearths a long extinct disease that still intrigues us several centuries on.
Nina Divorty finds her way around the brain using a map with a difference – the monkey brain blueprint that gives new insights into neurodevelopmental disorders.
Because of its low tech status, polyculturing stands out amongst the recent slew of technologically-advanced agricultural techniques to increase yield – but what is it?
When a person dies, could some of their genes come back to life? Alisha Aman explores the phenomenon of gene expression after death.
Recent flooding in Paris is a symptom of climate change – and it’s all related to the bonding of three atoms in our air.