Flashy Fish and A Vaccine for Herpes
In this NewsFlash, how fish defy the laws of physics, a new vaccine strategy against herpes, and how the brain responds to hunger. Plus, the affect of pesticides on bees, a roundup of science headlines and we chat to Matt Parker, the Stand Up Mathematician, about the Festival of the Spoken Nerd...
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A group of researchers from Bristol University have discovered that the optical properties of a fish’s skin seem be more reflective than was previously thought possible for a non- metallic object...
Using an approach that might also prove successful against HIV, scientists in the US have developed a vaccine for the herpes simplex virus that causes cold sores and genital lesions.
A paper published in Nature this week suggests that common pesticides may be having a bigger effect on bees than was previously thought...
Hunger pangs cause the brain to lust selectively after more calorie-rich foods, new research has revealed.
Stand Up Maths and the Festival of the Spoken Nerd