Small changes to canteen menus resulted in a significant decrease in consumed calories...
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Minor 'nudges' in stores can lead to big increases in healthy purchases and drops in sales of sweets.
When so many people rely on gas for central heating; is there a greener option to help us get through winter?
90% of coal must remain in the ground to prevent global temperature rise, what about oil and gas?
Scientists are trying to develop new treatments by analysing data from sepsis patients
How your body reacts to an infection is highly influenced by your individual genetics
Lots of illnesses can cause sepsis, but what microorganisms are commonly responsible?
Sometimes called septicaemia or blood poisoning, what is this deadly syndrome?
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Rats allowed to feast on a high fat diet had dampened rhythmic activity in the brainstem
As our Universe expands, light stretches and so loses energy... but where does this energy go?
How good are COVID-19 vaccines at protecting us, and is our vaccine strategy the right one?
What do we now know about vaccine-induced immunity against COVID-19?
Why are babies born during the pandemic recording lower IQ scores than expected?
The final of the Wolfson Prize looms and we hear what the hospital of tomorrow could resemble
After decades of campaigning, leaded petrol has finally been eradicated globally
Could a new generation of combination vaccines help us stay protected for longer?
Despite vaccination, some people still get infected with COVID. Will we need further lockdowns over winter?
From digestion to absorption to incorporation: how long does it take for food to become part of us?
Words like “test tube” or “designer” summon visions of sci-fi dystopias. But what's the reality?
Wooden flooring capable of converting static charge into electricity. Prepare to be shocked...
Can we sequester enough carbon to avoid cutting emissions?
Trapping tiny particles of organic matter to prevent greenhouse gas release
From kelp forests to seaweed-based 'plastic' packaging