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.
Lab culture is responsible for the generation of tonnes of plastic waste every year. But how are UCL scientists fighting the addiction to plastics?
How far would you go to have a healthy baby?
It’s a typical Monday morning and you are standing in line at your local cafe waiting to get your favourite breakfast pastry. When your turn finally arrives, the barista tells you they have run out. You are suddenly faced with the task of choosing between one of two alternatives: a bagel or a cake. What will you choose?
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 explains a patient’s genetic disease when no genetic cause is known?
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?
How corporate greed and duped doctors unleashed an epidemic of opioid addiction across America