Many of the consequences of SARS-CoV-2 arise not from the virus itself, but from our response to it. Cancer may be a significant source of this.
Once christened as ‘The Great Equaliser’, the virus is only widening the gap between the rich and the poor.
“If you’ve ever handled a penny, the government’s got your DNA. Why do you think they keep them in circulation?” —The Simpsons
A reproductive parasite or humanity’s latest public health weapon?
What have we discovered about the psychological and social impacts of lockdown?
How to turn a mistake, yogurt and a little research into a Nobel Prize
Delayed exams: A blessing or a curse for students?
Dreaming during a pandemic: How COVID-19 is infiltrating our sleep
The NHS was designed to provide treatment at the point of need. So why are BAME communities still struggling to access the care they need?
Three scientists’ rocky journey from unknown pathogen to Nobel Prize.