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Women in Science: Rosalind Franklin; the forgotten discovery.

1962, the year that James Watson, Francis Crick and Maurice Wilkins were awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in recognition of “their...

Flirting skills in the animal kingdom

It’s no use being told that there’s ‘plenty more fish in the sea’ when all those potential love interests seem to be swimming away...

Do animals enjoy sex?

Do animals enjoy sex? Arguably, sexual pleasure plays a dramatic role within human society. Due to our civilised nature, we as humans do not have...

Looking for that one thats a perfect human specimen?

Woman, 19, seeks biologically-perfect mate. Seeking a male with a waist-to-hip ratio of between 0.8 and 1. I will be measuring. Any less and you...

Want to try lab-grown meats?

In 2013, a team of scientists from the University of Maastricht made history by producing the world’s first synthetic meat burger. It was grown...

Give their Hearts a hug: a new heart treatment

Researchers at Harvard University have developed a novel treatment for heart failure. The new treatment is a robotic silicone sleeve that mimics heart function....

Memento mori: Escaping death

'I have always been terrified of death, and no philosopher or holy man has been able to convince me otherwise.' Such are the words...

Science or sick?

5. Monster experiment Can you imagine being in an experiment that affects you for the rest of your life, and not being told that it ever...

Our Fragile Earth: A 2°C vs 4°C hotter future

If you consider it, an average temperature rise of 2 °C doesn’t seem so bad. Warmer summers, getting a nice tan and not freezing...

Exeter lecturer takes on “Bananageddon”

ASENIOR lecturer from the University of Exeter’s Biosciences department is leading a study intended to save the world from “Bananageddon.” Dr. Dan Bebber and his...

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