The science behind our mundane world is anything but – see the world in a different way, as Hazel takes you on a tour of the science of the everyday.
Category: Life Sciences
The scientific community has recently experienced a breakthrough – the first fully sequenced human genome!
Are fewer squashed insects on the windscreen a sign of crashing biodiversity?
Anxiety is a feeling of distress or uneasiness that everyone experiences from time to time. The feeling is your brain’s normal response to stress, uncertainty, or fear of danger. The short-term response stems...
Recordings of a dying brain give a glimpse of what we experience during our last moments.
Two million eight hundred and eighty thousand (2,880,000): that is the number of scientific procedures that were carried out in living animals in the UK in 2020. Quite a high number, right? Yet,...
Alzheimer’s Disease is one of the biggest mysteries in modern medicine, with no known cure. However genetic analysis has led to the emergence of TREM2, providing a new direction in Alzheimer’s Disease.
Forget taking your vitamins and face cream, could recent developments in cell rejuvenation therapy be the ‘cure’ for ageing?