This week, the latest breakthroughs in cancer including blood tests to pick up the disease much earlier, new genetic treatments to trigger tumours to kill themselves, and a laser technique to zap cancers in hard-to-reach places. Plus, in the news, why working the night shift can curb your intellect, a super-enzyme that could cut millions off energy bills and the gut bacteria that keep you trim...
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Researchers say that doing anti-social shifts over many years can dent your brain power. But is it reversible?
Scrubbing away C02 emissions to cut carbon emissions, combat climate change and slash energy costs.
Making music in classrooms using computer coding could
revolutionise the teaching of both subjects, a new study
The echolocation technique that helps bats to find food,
confuse competitors and avoid crashing into things...
A strain of bowel bacteria controlled by your DNA may
hold the answer to why some stay slim whilst others gain
Some quick fire facts and busting common misconceptions about cancer...
Hunting down cancer by looking at the blood. How close is a
simple blood test for cancer?
New treatments can selectively target genetic vulnerabilities in cancer cells but leave healthy tissues intact...
Could combining lasers with a mini version of the Large Hadron Collider provide a treatment for cancer?
With cancer diagnosis and treatments improving, more and more people are surviving cancer. We explore the mental scars that are left behind.
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