Miruna investigates how the need to conform can push us beyond the limits of collaboration
Does our love for sci-fi and convenience mean we’re headed for a future of robot domination? Audrey discusses our human-robot interaction, our love of robotic sidekicks and innovations in robot technology.
Somewhere on Earth, about 4 billion years ago, the first terrestrial life began to develop – probably from a complicated soup of simple molecules. But how did the transition from basic building blocks to the complex biopolymers in living organisms occur?
Academia is stereotyped as a boxing ring, with researchers in constant competition; is this competition sometimes beneficial in driving innovation? Or should we shift toward a more collaborative environment to further scientific discovery?
How the thrust of competition accelerated the expansion of the space industry and landed it where we are now – in the era of international collaboration.
Ross Laidlaw takes a look at the obvious yet overlooked contributions of patients on the development of scientific research projects
We get the inside scoop on Professor Lee Cronin’s ‘Chemputer’, plus hear all about his grand plans for creating a new form of life.
Kym explores the fascinating properties of our friendly gut bacteria and explains why they are so vital for the human body.