How we can stop pointing fingers and start creating a more altruistic world
Why the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) funding strategy just isn’t working, and the consequences for public health.
Misinformation is as old as the human race – emerging from a ‘post-truth’ society will require more than blaming tech.
Is changing the names of a couple of buildings at UCL enough?
How a measure of health actually harms black people
It’s more than just experimentation and observation – social negotiation is involved in the production of scientific knowledge, too.
Not only are we short on female scientists, we are deprived of the science of being female.
John Horton Conway, the English mathematician who died at the age of 82 on 11th April 2020 following complications from COVID-19, was probably the most eminent name in recreational mathematics.
Science has a constant presence in our everyday lives. It is present in the morning when we boil water for our tea, and at night when we turn on the lights. However, what exactly is the relationship between scientists and the public in the age of COVID-19?
How patent systems came to restrict access to life-saving medication for tuberculosis patients