Are you bored of going to the doctor for routine check-ups? Wearable biosensors could be the key to less crowded hospitals.
Chemotherapy is the traditional drug treatment for cancer, effective yet plagued by its side effects. These agents are toxic to cells (cytotoxic) that rapidly divide, hence killing cancer cells throughout the body. However, there are also healthy cells in our bodies that rapidly grow and divide,
Martin Foley delves into the psyche of fish and the debate on whether they have the ability to experience pain.
How could the iPhone become thinner, lighter but stronger year after year?
Louise Richardson looks at the pros and cons of zapping your brain to reverse the effects of stroke.
Louise Montgomery explores the benefits and problems associated with different treatments for European jellyfish stings, some more exotic than others.
Nuclear waste remains one of the most controversial areas in an even more controversial topic, but by investigating the nature of the waste, John Lindberg shows the immense potential hidden in plain sight.
Alexander Osborne is investigating the potential implications that epigenetics may have on our understanding of the theory of Evolution.