Caitlin investigates the controversial discovery of the DNA structure. What were the techniques used and were the correct people honoured for the discovery?
Category: Life Sciences
Obesity is not always recognised as a disease. Hearing from researchers, clinicians, and people with obesity, Kirstin Leslie investigates why the definition matters.
From history to the present day and from therapeutic potential to risks, the use of cannabis remains a controversial topic. Sara Cameron gets to roots of this polemical plant.
Anna explores how artificial intelligence could be used to study, as well as improve, our mental health.
Sarah Neidler considers how the “sunshine vitamin” may help prevent insulin resistance, an underlying cause of type 2 diabetes.
Dzachary Zainudden dissects into robotics and medicine in order to report how ‘robotic hands’ have assisted surgeons in treating lymphedema from breast cancer survivors.
Kym explores the fascinating properties of our friendly gut bacteria and explains why they are so vital for the human body.
Blood-feeding critters may be terrifying to some, but their evolutionary history is highly fascinating. Thomas MacGillavry explains how blood-feeding has evolved in arthropods and what evolutionary hurdles have to be overcome to do so.