Deputy Online Editor, Daisy Scott, discusses the different sides of the health argument around the effects that artificial sweeteners may be having on people’s health
New radical radiotherapy treatment for Prostate Cancer
Daisy Scott, Online Deputy Editor, discusses the clinical trial of a new radial radiotherapy that could dramatically reduce the number of treatments required for prostate cancer.
Genetic engineering is beating some cancers
Daisy Scott discusses research into the role of genetic engineering and CAR T-cells in cancer treatments.
The future of headphones
Daisy Scott, Online Deputy Editor, discusses the new headphones being released by Dyson and what this means for headphones of the future.
“Forever chemicals” still in use in UK makeup
Online Deputy Editor, Daisy Scott, discusses recent findings that PFAS chemicals are still being produced in many major makeup companies and the effects that these chemicals can have.
Plans to make maths compulsory up to age of 18
Daisy Scott, Online Deputy Editor, discusses the recent plans set out by Rishi Sunak which may make maths compulsory up the age of 18 and what students at University of Exeter think about the plans.
Genomic sequencing could lead to genetic testing available on the NHS
Daisy Scott, Online Deputy Editor, discusses a study that will sequence the genome of 100,000 new-born babies which could lead to more efficient genetic testing for all new-born babies across the country.
Tops tips for when the “end of term cold” strikes
Daisy Scott, online deputy editor, highlights some useful remedies for that “end of term cold” for anyone that needs that last push before the holidays.
Dumbphones: the new digital detox?
Daisy Scott, Science Editor, looks into the revival of dumbphones and what makes them an appealing alternative to smartphones.
Freshers’ flu: prevention, symptoms and treatment
Science Editor Daisy Scott discusses Freshers’ flu, its causes, how to prevent it and how to make yourself feel better if you do get it.