e discussing the long-term effects of climate change has raised awareness and encouraged action on a larger scale, it has also inspired individuals to implement changes in their everyday routine, ranging from biodegradable alternatives for household items to using more ecologically friendly means of transport.
Whales, gliding beneath the dark surface of the ocean, have millions of years’ worth of stories to tell.
Insects are a nutritious, sustainable food enjoyed across the world. In light of the current climate crisis, is it time for the West to embrace insects?
The world’s first malaria vaccine has been approved for use in sub-Saharan Africa.
We have all heard the famous saying that “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”, however, is this to be replaced with “an aspirin a day keeps the doctor away”?
In June 2020, “Picture A Scientist” was released. A year later I reflect on the prominent message of the documentary.
Humans may never notice this superhero germ-fighting duo, yet they work wonders in the immune system. Spider-Man-like immune cells sling webs to seize invasive bacteria and keep supervillains restrained until Pac-Man-like cells come to gobble them up.
A new technology and a milestone for research, but is it ethical?
Of all our organs, few would dispute the preeminence of the brain. For centuries, we have accepted its intimate connection to thought, perception, and emotion.
Are Google’s recent steps to ban climate misinformation too little, too late?