Callum Maxwell explores the issue of plastic waste and the biological tools that could help to handle it.
Sonya dives into the world of gene therapy, exploring a new trend in biohacking, DIY gene therapy, and its implications.
Sara Cameron explains why we should read between the headlines with a critical lens to learn the truth behind cause and effect claims in science.
In his best-selling popular science book “Everybody Lies”, an ex-Google data scientist reveals how unlikely sources of data – including your internet search history – are allowing a new kind of science to break into the mainstream, and explores its implications for the future.
The author examines the current private equity market and asks whether or not technological advancements could improve the industry.
Luke Prentice addresses the concerns regarding new non-consensual identification technology and the potential it may have on our day-to-day lives.
Katarina Moravkova explores the scientific research of psychedelic drugs through its rise and falls to the current psychedelic renaissance. From the study of consciousness to the treatment of depression – how will psychedelics help us tackle these issues?
Kym Bain explores the role that scientists and their labs play in being kind to our planet