Emma Woodham discusses how transforming the skin cells of Parkinson’s patients into neuronal cells could provide a new avenue to understanding the disease and personalise its treatment.
Teo Aldea discusses whether clever geoengineering alone can solve the issues posed by climate change.
Yulia Revina discusses the neuroscience behind action inhibition and how 'brain training' can help.
Rebecca Baird explores clinical lycanthropy, an affliction based in mythic tales of old.
Have you ever stopped to consider what could be lurking in the dark of the Glasgow Subway Stations? New York could hold the answer.
Emily Breen compares the opinions of technology experts on the development of AI.
Colorectal cancer leads to nearly 700,000 deaths worldwide each year and is the second most common cause of cancer-related death in developed countries, including the UK. At least 80% of colorectal tumours have an inactivating mutation in a gene called adenomatous polyposis coli or APC. This gene
Nina Divorty investigates how light might be used to treat paralysis.