At its outset, 2021 was hailed as a time of re-emergence. 2020 had set the initial bar low, so logically, whatever followed in the next 365 days would set the tone for the Roaring Twenties.
Most children get told stories of storks when they inevitably ask how babies are made. My parents chose to handle my story in a different way.
2020 was meant to be the year of COP26, an update to nationally determined commitments (NDCs) from the Paris Agreement. However, the conference and the following positive climate action was delayed due to COVID-19.
From wireless charging to seizure forecasting, how are neural implants being updated?
Is scientific journalism sacrificing integrity for headlines?
Scientists must engage in politics to overcome the challenges of the Anthropocene
Dementia is a major issue in the UK – what has the government done to address this dilemma and what hope is there for the future?
More than unease, race-related stressors could cause illness in the long run.
Drug trialling on vulnerable communities has a eugenic past that lives on today.
Can policy catch up with brain-computer interfaces, like Neuralink?