Sara Berent discusses the rise of antibiotic resistance, and efforts made by Glasgow students to raise awareness and funds.
Category: Life Sciences
From stray hairs to our DNA, Miriam Scarpa outlines developments made by nano-sizing tweezers.
It’s not just about looking cool on social media – practicing yoga poses can shape our brain!
Alexandra Brumwell reviews China’s ban of tiger bone and rhino horn trade.
Dzachary shares his insight into the biochemistry of green tea catechins and how they can potentially protect us against influenza.
A series of lawsuits have been brought against Johnson & Johnson by women alleging that talcum powder caused their ovarian cancer, a suggestion that current science does not support. Katrina Wesencraft takes a look at the evidence to see if there is a greater conspiracy at play.
Open data is already impacting the way we do research. But many people are not aware of what open data is or the impact this could have on research. Kirstin Leslie investigates.
With more ‘shots’ fired at anti-vaxxers in Australia, Stephanie Cumberworth takes a jab at explaining the benefits of vaccination.