The uses of gene editing have been clouded with controversy ever since the technology was first developed in the 1970s. With the doors reopened for gene editing to return to the forefront of modern medicine, it’s crucial to learn about the correct facts and information that can decode this controversy.
Lauren Holland discusses the importance of the global vaccination scheme.
Amelia Cummins discusses whether large tech corporations are really as green as they seem.
From viagra to penicillin, the world would not be the same without these accidental discoveries
Amrita Chattopadhyay discusses how the Manchester chemistry community have been celebrating LGBT+ History month
Anna van der Zwaluw offers an update on the covid-19 battle, discussing the new variants and the progression of the vaccination rollout.
Find out how to create your own Chrome extension to put any website you want into dark mode!
Emma Hattersley investigates how lava lamps may be protecting your internet data
Blake Crompton describes how artificial intelligence is helping us unpack the decades old protein-folding problem
The pandemic has somewhat overshadowed Brexit in recent months. Blake Crompton explores the often unreported details of resulting scientific policy.
Georgie Selwood explores the ways in which climate change could impact our relationship with disease.
Blake Crompton explores the potential for bioplastics in a world plagued by the waste we’ve created.
Chloe Tenn highlights some of science history’s most inspiring unsung women to celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science.
Is anyone out there? Emma Hattersley discusses the messages we’ve sent into space that may never be heard.
Kerry Mack delves deeper in to the future of understanding mysterious ‘dark matter’.
Mille Cummins discusses the rise of telemedicine, and whether it will continue after the pandemic.
You’ve finished your programming assignment, and you’ve noticed a mistake – Zain Jaffal explains why you shouldn’t go back and change it just yet