Common chimpanzees are no longer considered our closest evolutionary relative as new evidence shines a light on how a different species may claim that title.
Giulia Manigrasso explores the advances in tissue engineering in the light of the new bone-regeneration technologies.
Reducing the calorie intake of malaria infected mice reduces parasite growth, as discussed by Jennifer Ann Stortz.
A creeping phenomenon called a ‘dead zone’ is suffocating animals across the globe but what is it and can we stop it?
Vikki Smith concludes her research into the enigmatic presence of New Zealand’s trapdoor spider.
Alisha Aman describes how your inability to wake-up and sleep at a normal time is genetic.
Robyn Womack explores how parasites can use body clocks to their advantage.
Emma Briggs investigates how a recent technological advance in metal-organic frameworks allows for water to be harvested from dry air.