Aditi investigates the need for patient-centred design in behavioural health facilities and how architecture will play a critical role in grappling with our society’s burgeoning mental health crisis.
Category: Life Sciences
Ameerah Gardee takes you on a tour of the brain – what it’s made of, how it’s made and some of the things it can do
From Pfizer to AstraZeneca, what’s the difference? Lauren takes a jab at explaining how vaccines work and what different types are currently being manufactured.
Amylase may be small for an enzyme, but it has a big biological impact. Thomas explains the evolutionary history of this tiny protein.
Grief has been described as the price we pay for love, when love is defined as commitment to someone or something over a long lasting period of time. Nadia Georgoula explores the potent physical cost of grieving as a social animal in a socially-distanced era.
Holly Leslie reflects on the origin of this year’s Nobel prize-winning, CRISPR-Cas9 technology, and explores how scientists are beginning to use gene editing approaches on their quest for new medical treatments in hereditary disease.
Can humans ever achieve immortality? Thomas explains why this may be impossible, referring to a small species of non-ageing jellyfish.
Researchers find that motherly grooming, even after being independent, has unprecedented benefits to young chimps for life. Saugat Bolakhe explores the evolutionary advantages maternal love and shares how the ‘alpha male’ is often wrongfully portrayed in human culture.