Can we use the ‘junk’ in our DNA to fight back against cancer? Jennifer investigates the disease cancer and how blind mole rats can repurpose ‘junk’ in their DNA to stop cancer before it starts.
Sarune discusses the elusive world of three-dimensional depth perception and whether it can be enhanced by the use of Virtual Reality (VR).
For most people, the word “symmetry” evokes memories of making paper snowflakes or learning about isosceles triangles in their high school. So quite often When I tell peers that my research involves symmetry, the...
Patricia explores the immunology behind seemingly villainous blood clots and their connection to COVID-19 and vaccination.
Join Shaan as he takes a shot at explaining the science behind the ‘recent’ advancements of mRNA vaccines in preventing infectious disease, with no better topical example being that of COVID-19.
Annabell Macphee has a look at the vital biological functions of fat and questions the demonisation of this organ in today’s day and age.
Callum explores the benefits of artificial intelligence for engineering applications, while advising caution against carelessly employing these methods to solve all problems.
In the world of superheroes, there is always someone who needs saving from villainy or catastrophes. Today, Dzachary Zainudden reveals how one hero from Halfworld helped him achieve happiness with his tales of guarding the galaxy.