10,000 years ago, woolly mammoth and giant ground sloth roamed the Americas. Katy takes us back to a moment in time when humans literally crossed paths with these Ice Age beasts.
Australia’s natural dangers are not just limited to its animal life – Jennifer Sibbald discusses the plant molecules responsible for a nasty sting.
Annabell discusses the future of COVID-19 by looking at past pandemics and how they may help to predict how much longer the disease will impact our lives.
Can our gut influence our wellbeing? Carolina Guidolin discusses the collection of microbes in our gut, known as “the good microbes”, and their importance in psychiatry.
The phrase ‘mind over matter’ is common, yet how much influence does the mind really have in the context of a patient’s response to treatment? Rachael Smith investigates.
Jack Craig explores the link between keeping fit and staying sharp.
Transistors have played a pivotal role in electronics for decades but now face challenges which may be solved by new memristor technology. Bradley Wilson explains
Ameerah Gardee unpacks a recent study on the possible origins of handedness in our DNA, and its potential effects on the brain.