Why is there a 10-year difference in life expectancy between the rich and the poor? Is it time to prioritise equity over equality?
John Horton Conway, the renowned English mathematician and philosopher, died at the age of 82 on 11th April 2020, following complications with COVID-19. Among a plethora of significant contributions in the fields of group theory, number theory, and game theory, he is perhaps best remembered as a recreational mathematician.
We’re in the midst of a global health pandemic, with the end far from sight. Why does everyone’s aunt on Facebook seem to have the answer?
How patent systems came to restrict access to life-saving medication for tuberculosis patients
Does Japan deserve the foreign backlash for ‘soft lockdown’ measures amid the global increase in coronavirus cases
MedTech UCL hackathon weekend advocated entrepreneurship over software development
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The battle with HIV goes on: how far along are we?
Fentanyl is a powerful prescribed drug used for patients in severe pain, but its illegal use has devastated communities.
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