Nowadays, combining different science fields (e.g. biology and engineering) allows us to stop making animals suffer for our own gain. It is time for more ethical research.
Hazel explores the surprising connection between what lives in your gut and what goes on in your mind.
Even in the deepest oceans and the darkest forests, both flora and fauna illuminate their environments through natural light. Liam Butler shines a light on bioluminescence and the creatures that use it.
Few materials have revolutionised industries such as aerospace the way that carbon fibre has, but what is it and how can it contribute towards a more sustainable future – Maisie Keogh finds out more
How much do you really know about Virtual Reality? Sarune Savickaite describes the ever evolving Virtual Reality technology throughout history and current research into the practical applications.
Hazel Walker explores the trailblazing work of virologist June Almeida; her pioneering photographs
Holly Leslie reflects on the origin of this year’s Nobel prize-winning, CRISPR-Cas9 technology, and explores how scientists are beginning to use gene editing approaches on their quest for new medical treatments in hereditary disease.
The Royal Astronomical Society made a striking announcement in September which led to a lot of speculation. Deep Bandivadekar discusses what it really meant and the way forward.