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.
Scientists were able to cure patients of skin cancer with a genetically modified virus, making it the first successful virus-based treatment in a phase three trial. Malignant melanoma is the most dangerous form of skin cancer and the fifth most common cancer diagnosed in the UK . Currently, most
Ida Emilie Steinmark takes a close-up look at a broken skull and dives down into the dark, deep human past.
Not for the first time, Mother Nature has blown our expectations out of the water (if you will pardon the pun). Looking at the moon-shaped and colourful opah, our first thought is perhaps not that it is an excellent predator, but that is before it reveals its incredible party trick. Caught off the