Chloe Tenn reveals the potential to study and further understand imposter syndrome from a scientific perspective
Despite having her appendix removed, the 99-year-old woman never discovered her medical abnormality
Researchesr from Manchester have been involved in the largest ever map of Alzheimer’s and its impacts on the human brain.
Chinese New Year is right around the corner, and contributor Ella Gerry takes the opportunity to explore the significance of the pig in science research.
PrEP can be reduce the risk of catching HIV by 99%
Modern techniques in DNA sequencing are becoming increasingly advanced. Wasim Askar looks at how DNA tests are used by states, companies, and people.
Tom Allen looks at antibiotics, and if it is time to reform the way in which we use them
A University of Manchester palaeontologist reveals the diversity of avian evolution using one of the smallest bird fossils ever discovered
Researchers at the University of Manchester have developed a new anti-inflammatory compound which may hold promise for conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease
Edward O’Shea hosts a TEDextra talk at The University of Manchester discussing how genetically manipulated plants may be the answer to tackling climate change
In the wake of LGBT history month, we take a look at how scientific understanding of homosexuality shaped our cultural and political attitudes.
The Unit features thousands of mice, rats, and fish to help research in dementia, Alzheimer’s, and cancer among others
The research could help with early cancer detection
The prevalence of tetralogy of Fallot is estimated to be one in 3,000 live births
The EU has announced plans to implement lie detectors at its busiest borders, but is the science behind lie detection really infallible?
The conversation around bee populations has lost its nuance, and Jacklin Kwan seeks to address that
Research at the University of Manchester and the University of Edinburgh have made recent breakthroughs which may alter the way we treat kidney failure and female infertility