Science Interviews

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  • Gene Therapy Cures Epilepsy

    Sun, 18th Nov 2012

    New research from University College London this week shows that gene therapy can potenti...

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    The Rise of the Bed Bug

    Sun, 11th Nov 2012

    Bed bug infestations are on the rise. Although UK has been relatively clear of them for ...

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    Gene of the month - Mind Bomb

    Sun, 4th Nov 2012

    Our gene of the month is Mind Bomb. First described in zebrafish, fish with faults in the...

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    Germ genomes

    Sun, 4th Nov 2012

    Dr Matt Holden at the Sanger Institute in Cambridge reveals how advances in genome sequen...

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    Koalas in trouble

    Sun, 4th Nov 2012

    Researchers have found worryingly low levels of genetic diversity in koala bears

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    Bacterial nanowires

    Sun, 4th Nov 2012

    Tiny bacteria living in stinky mud can gang up to create tiny electrical nanowires.

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    Conservation of Microbes

    Sun, 28th Oct 2012

    You could be forgiven for thinking that microbes are not, and should not be, a conservati...

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    Preservation of Parasites

    Sun, 28th Oct 2012

    Almost every species studied has its own unique species of parasite – so with every extin...

  • The distant exoplanet TrES-2b, shown here in an artist's conception, is darker than the blackest coal. (c) David A. Aguilar (CfA)

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    Going Underground - Extending the Habitable Zone

    Thu, 25th Oct 2012

    The "Habitable Zone" around a star is the region in which water can remain liquid, and we...

  • Artists impression of NuSTAR (c) NASA/JPL-Caltech

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    X-Ray Astronomy and the Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array

    Thu, 25th Oct 2012

    The Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array, or NuSTAR, is a new space-based X-ray telescop...

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