Biology

24 October 2016

Do you reckon tomatoes are becoming less tasty? Science is on your side...

24 October 2016

With the US presidential elections fast approaching, we see what we can learn from animals when it comes to picking a...

24 October 2016

We face our fears and head into the dark to find out when it all began...

24 October 2016

Having evolved to live in the dark, many animals are now exposed to light 24/7. What effect does this have on them?

18 October 2016

Why does Haiti have a cholera epidemic?

18 October 2016

Does taking a dip in an ice bath really help tired muscles recover?

18 October 2016

Could new genetic editing technology provide a much needed treatment for sickle cell disease?

18 October 2016

How do you train a student in all the skills required to be a fantastic doctor?

10 October 2016

It's time for our Gene of the Month, and this time it’s Pokémon - or rather, Zbtb7.

10 October 2016

The latest tests promise to tell parents whether their kid is cut out for certain sports and activities. But are they...

10 October 2016

Tony Gordon from Genesis Genetics talks about the ways in which he and his team can test embryos and fetuses for...

10 October 2016

Professor Nazneen Rahman has spent her career studying the genetic faults and variations that influence the risk of...

10 October 2016

NICE has approved 'breakthrough' lung cancer drug osimertinib, which has twice the success rate of existing...

10 October 2016

...and it's nothing to do with a calcium deficiency.

10 October 2016

How cells degrade and recycle their cellular various components is what won the Nobel in medicine this year.

10 October 2016

It's the first time genes have been implicated in food preference.

07 October 2016

The ways that plants respond to drought can be changed

07 October 2016

Modelling the effectiveness of bednets against mosquitoes and malaria...

07 October 2016

The drug rapamycin increases life expectancy in middle-aged mice

07 October 2016

Fragments of ancient proteins are preserved in ostrich eggshells...

27 September 2016

We've all heard of holograms that use light, but what about a sound hologram that allows you to move particles...

27 September 2016

It's a weel know fact, sugar makes kids go round the bend. But is it really true?

27 September 2016

New research could lead to a treatment for Spinal Muscular Atrophy

27 September 2016

Think you know what the dinosaurs looked like? Think again!