3D-printed organs from patient’s own cells are becoming a reality that could open the doors to a new era in regenerative medicine.
Dzachary Zainudden delivers an insight into the role of pathogenic germs in paving the way for diseases to spread from plate to people.
Roselle Smith explores the harm plastic waste causes to seabirds, and explains their difficulty in distinguishing plastic from food.
Sarah Neidler considers how the “sunshine vitamin” may help prevent insulin resistance, an underlying cause of type 2 diabetes.
Searching the solar system: Michael Turner on the importance of a new discovery in the pursuit of Planet Nine.
In this snippet, we peer into the relationship between nature and animal communication.
Emma Briggs unravels developments in genome sequencing, and outlines the prospects of ongoing research.
Sara Berent discusses the rise of antibiotic resistance, and efforts made by Glasgow students to raise awareness and funds.