Daisy Scott, Online Science Editor, discusses recent findings that PFAS have been found at levels exceeding safe limits and what this could mean for human health
Catherine Stone discusses a recent discovery which indicates Okra could be used as a more sustainable way to remove microplastics from the ocean
Imogen Poyntz-Wright, Online Science Editor, discusses the UK government allowing the use of Emergency pesticide over fields and its effect on the environment
Aran Grover discusses the virtue-signalling of greenwashing.
M Shelton discusses the recent return of an area of Californian Redwood Trees to its indigenous inhabitants
George Edwards interviews Sophie Pavelle from the Beaver Trust about the importance of the reintroduction of the beaver into the British Countryside
Catherine Stone discusses the recent discovery of a “Pristine” Coral Reef of the coast of Tahiti
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.
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 […]
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.