Following the start of an outbreak of pneumonia cases in Wuhan, China, 217 cases of the novel coronavirus infection have been diagnosed up to 20th January 2020
The science behind transableism
It is a tremendous honour to announce that one of Oxford and UCL’s very own Professor of Neuroscience, Tim Behrens, is the Laureate for the Blavatnik Award for Young Scientists, in the field of Life Sciences.
How far would you go to have a healthy baby?
Have you analysed your DNA? Although this might have been a weird question to ask a few years ago, in 2019 it would be unusual if you didn’t know at least one person who has bought a direct-to-consumer genetic testing kit.
What does Science Europe’s recently announced initiative mean for the open access movement?
Is having a healthy gut the key to your mental health?
Is there any scientific evidence behind the Creative Alcoholic stereotype?
By the Law of Conservation of Energy, we know that we cannot create or destroy energy. How does the body take food and convert it into energy?
Why do we think the past is better?