The scientific community has recently experienced a breakthrough – the first fully sequenced human genome!
Forget taking your vitamins and face cream, could recent developments in cell rejuvenation therapy be the ‘cure’ for ageing?
Can we use the ‘junk’ in our DNA to fight back against cancer? Jennifer investigates the disease cancer and how blind mole rats can repurpose ‘junk’ in their DNA to stop cancer before it starts.
In one of the major scientific and engineering advances of 2020, a Google subsidiary DeepMind succeeded in solving a half century old Protein Folding Problem. Discover how with Deep Bandivadekar.
Can humans ever achieve immortality? Thomas explains why this may be impossible, referring to a small species of non-ageing jellyfish.
True love’s first (and only) kiss. Jennifer investigates the unusual approach deep-sea anglerfish take to finding love.
Emily May Armstrong investigates the ethics behind genetic sequencing companies, and the bizarre secrets these technologies can uncover.
Whether good or bad, our memories reflect our experiences throughout our lives, but do memories shape us even from within our cells? Jennifer investigates.