“If the human brain was so simple that we could understand it, we would be so simple that we couldn’t”
The evolutionary race between humans and bacteria has been raging on for millions of years but what happens when you inadvertently give the enemy a helping hand….
It’s more than just experimentation and observation – social negotiation is involved in the production of scientific knowledge, too.
The riddle: known by many but understood by few. The answer: schizophrenia. How can the common schizophrenia misconceptions be overcome?
Portable neuroimaging devices developed at UCL carry huge potential for understanding human interaction
Hiding from the catastrophe: the protective lung cell population that replenishes damaged cells in ex-smokers.
Why do women experience disproportionately high rates of depression compared to men?
Why is there a 10-year difference in life expectancy between the rich and the poor? Is it time to prioritise equity over equality?
Not only are we short on female scientists, we are deprived of the science of being female.
Professor Michael Duchen, a Professor of Physiology in the Department of Cell and Developmental Biology at UCL, shares with us about his life and career experiences as a scientist.