Articles

01 August 2017

New insights may help us understanding and target the spread of tumours.

31 July 2017

Diabetes may be transferable to other individuals, scientists have shown...

31 July 2017

A response to “systematic bias, wastage, error, and fraud in research underpinning patient care” has been published in...

28 July 2017

Scientists report the first conclusive detection of vinyl cyanide, a molecule that could form cell-membrane like...

28 July 2017

Labelling patients with conditions like schizophrenia or depression might become a thing of the past as doctors and...

25 July 2017

Deep sea mining could provide us with more renewable energy, however, it could have dramatic impacts on the things that...

25 July 2017

How a mathematical search theory can be used to hunt for sunken ships on the bottom of the ocean.

25 July 2017

How do underwater robots survive the intense pressures of the deep, and what are they being used for?

25 July 2017

What is it like to go thousands of metres beneath the waves?

25 July 2017

Why aren't the biggest animals always the fastest?

25 July 2017

Could a quantum computer the size of a football pitch reveal the meaning of life, the Universe and everything?

25 July 2017

We reveal the final entry for Marine Month's Critter of the Week.

25 July 2017

What kind of future awaits our oceans, and why should we care?

25 July 2017

How do astronauts keep breathing in space, and how could that help us down here on earth?

25 July 2017

Where does the carbon volcanoes expel into the atmosphere come from?

25 July 2017

Many people survive traumatic injuries, only to die from multiple organ failure in hospital, and we still don't...

21 July 2017

Traffic pollution in European cities can stall children’s brain development and stop them from reaching their full...

20 July 2017

Modern-day chemical engineers have built better batteries equipped with molecular pulleys...

18 July 2017

Researchers at the University of Stanford have found that as oil fields age they can produce up to ten times more...

18 July 2017

Imagine a tiny, thimble-shaped creature, invisible in water - and deadly. Step up, the Irukandji jellyfish!

18 July 2017

The ocean is a noisy place! Underwater acoustics explores what the watery world sounds like and what impact humans are...

18 July 2017

Scientists in Perth, Western Australia are using drones to collect samples from whales to study their health.

18 July 2017

The greatest migration on the planet occurs every day, in the ocean, and vertically.

18 July 2017

Our lives ultimately depend upon some of the smallest life forms on Earth - the constituents of the ocean microbiome.