Lots of microbes in this week’s Sunday Science: with new cures for Ebola, a “missing link” species, Lyme disease and the germ-free placenta. Also: giant frogs, robot cockroaches, why cats eat grass and how infidelity is linked to professional misconduct… Continue reading
In this week’s Sunday Science, a call for a crackdown on home genetic test kits, the first NHS approved gene silencing therapy, climate change heats up, how overworking could give you a stroke, and how some dinosaurs were more devoted parents than we first thought…. Continue reading
Welcome to this week’s Sunday Science stories, with an unexpected source of Parkinson’s Disease (and a potential treatment), genetically engineered mosquitoes, analysis of an ancient disease, medical cannabis, the ethics of self-driving cars, and enabling paralysed people to walk again… Continue reading
In this week’s Sunday Science, lots of brains: Alzheimer’s, autism, choosing knowledge, and mind-body interfaces to control drones. Plus deadly heatwaves, marsupials, and more.
Welcome to this week’s Sunday Science, with the first cure for a genetic disease repaired in a foetus, anti-ageing, ancient American dogs, and origami robotic claws. Continue reading
A fairly short Sunday Science this week as I’ve been on holiday, but this week we have ways to both increase and decrease your risk of dying of a heart attack, Aztec sacrifices, 3D printing soft materials, and a genetic link to the effects of social isolation… Continue reading
Welcome to this week’s Sunday Science, featuring the driving forces behind human brain evolution, a gel to help the brain heal after stroke, organoids, carbon nanotubes, gluten sensitivity and an archive of the pick of 2017’s groundbreaking research articles… Continue reading