Using bio-engineering to grow an entire human organ system in the lab - complete with...
...and it's nothing to do with a calcium deficiency.
How cells degrade and recycle their cellular various components is what won the Nobel in medicine this year.
It's the first time genes have been implicated in food preference.
The ways that plants respond to drought can be changed
Modelling the effectiveness of bednets against mosquitoes and malaria...
The drug rapamycin increases life expectancy in middle-aged mice
Fragments of ancient proteins are preserved in ostrich eggshells...
We've all heard of holograms that use light, but what about a sound hologram that allows you to move particles...
It's a weel know fact, sugar makes kids go round the bend. But is it really true?
New research could lead to a treatment for Spinal Muscular Atrophy
Think you know what the dinosaurs looked like? Think again!
A new 3D printed microscope could provide a low cost way to test for waterborne diseases.
New chemicals on bed nets could beat resistance in malaria carrying mosquitoes.
Could DNA quadruple helices be causing abnormal cell growth in cancer?
Kat busts the myth that mental illness is due to a chemical imbalance.
If you agree to donate your organs does that definitely mean they'll be used?
New research from The University of Sheffield shows how we all have our own biological Pacmen.
Early trials of aducanumab show the drug destroying amyloid but there are other drugs that have reached this stage and...
Could we stop the clumping of plaques and tangles in the first place?
Although all this research sounds promising, drug development takes time. So what can we do about it now?
Remember the ice bucket challenge? What did the money we
raised go to?
There's not one species of giraffe, but four!
What is that beating sound inside your head when you have a
A single-dose treatment has cured malaria in mice.