Recordings of a dying brain give a glimpse of what we experience during our last moments.
Category: Life Sciences
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?
A study into the brain’s link with peripheral organs shows circadian metabolites in the liver can be altered by cocaine use.
Could the active component in magic mushrooms revolutionise the way in which we treat and view depression? New research suggests this could be on the horizon.
Sharks are some of the most iconic predators of the ocean, but could they actually be the answer to our problems?
In the wake of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, relying on the body’s ability to deal with infections has never been more crucial. From deadly viruses to the common cold, each day our bodies are...