Articles

21 February 2017

There's a pill that can prevent HIV: don't you think it should be available?

21 February 2017

With PrEP drugs unavailable from National health services for many, some are taking matters into their own hands.

21 February 2017

Would a mirror lightyears away in space show us our planet's ancient history?

21 February 2017

The story of one man's experience of being diagnosed with HIV.

21 February 2017

Are psychopaths really super smart?

21 February 2017

How does language change throughout time, and how did it begin in the first place?

21 February 2017

A bias towards publishing positive results is making it harder to distinguish between true and false claims in science...

21 February 2017

Climate affects the ability of the Amazon rainforest to store carbon after selective logging...

21 February 2017

Archaeological evidence suggests that a young woman from ancient Troy died from a pregnancy-related infection

21 February 2017

Simulations illuminate a tradeoff between speed and precision in the movement of proteins and other molecules around...

21 February 2017

Decreased blood flow in the brain is responsible for post-seizure symptoms in rats with epilepsy

21 February 2017

Should we fund PrEP on the NHS?

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21 February 2017

One of America's most hated spiders isn't all bad: its web could teach us to make much tougher materials.

21 February 2017

A trial for a passenger drone was announced in Dubai this week, but how would it work?

21 February 2017

How does PrEP work, and is it really behind the reduction in HIV cases?

21 February 2017

What is HIV, how do you catch the infection, and what could be behind the recent reduction in cases?

21 February 2017

Could seagrass hold the key to cleaning up our oceans?

20 February 2017

Like a game of mental Battleships, neurolinguists work out how we process language by matching up brain injuries and...

20 February 2017

Have you ever thought about the possibility of several parallel worlds? What if there is a doppelganger of yourself...

16 February 2017

Promoting social causes online can mobilise millions and raise huge sums of money. But it only leads to long term...

16 February 2017

There are important evolutionary reasons that explain the differences between men and women, and understanding them can...

15 February 2017

Scientists have discovered that the sea may have its own pollution solution in the shape of seagrasses, which come with...

15 February 2017

More than 150 years ago the Irish-born physician Robert Todd penned the first description of the phenomenon now known...

15 February 2017

The “theory of evolution” has largely remained unchanged in over 150 years but is it really only the fittest that...