Online science editor Daisy Scott discusses the impact of seasonal influenza recent research into the possibility of a Universal Flu Vaccine and the challenges involved with this research.
Stanley Murphy-Jones discusses the recent Cop26 climate summit and what we can expect the nations of the world to do in the coming years.
Online Science Editor Daisy Scott discusses the recent development of a COVID-19 vaccine in the form of a patch, how it works and how it could increase global vaccine uptake.
Ana Anajuba discusses the recent success of the transplantation of a pig kidney into a human patient, why this process has failed in the past and what the benefits of animal-human organ transplants are.
The sale of the first CRISPR-edited food – The tomato Nancy Stitt discusses the genetically edited tomato that has recently gone on sale in Japan When you hear about CRISPR gene-editing technology you probably think of designer babies or science fiction. However, this technology may now feature in your lunchtime salad! That’s right, the first […]
Katie Jones discusses the recent recommendation by the WHO to roll-out a Malaria Vaccine, how this vaccine will work, how Malaria initially causes disease and what impact this vaccine will have on global health particularly in Africa.
Animals are shapeshifting to survive rising temperatures George Edwards explains how some animals are adapting to the climatic warming of the Earth and draws on the scary truth that not all species will be able to adapt. A recent study published in the journal ‘Trends in Ecology and Evolution’, has revealed that animals are adapting […]
M. Shelton discusses what algal blooms are, how they can affect a variety of different systems, how Artificial Intelligence could be used to predict where they will be and to prevent them in the future.
Ella Buckley discusses the upcoming United Nations Climate Change Conference and questions whether the richest nations of the world are doing enough to tackle climate change.
George Edwards discusses the recent evacuation of over 100,000 people from their homes in Burundi due to rising water levels and how this could happen to the rest of the world if climate change is not stopped.