I’m back with a bumper issue to make up for my absence! This week: how measles destroys children’s immunity to common diseases; an exciting old-new treatment for traumatic brain injury; sophisticated early mammals; glaciers as carbon sinks; how UK science is already being damaged by Brexit, and more…
In this week’s Sunday Science: climate change protests and figures; catastrophic decline in North American birds; a breakthrough genetic therapy for a sugar storage disorder; galactic super structures; how the plague bacterium attacks cells – and how some have evolved immunity – and how drinking tea improves the structure of your brain… Continue reading
This week’s Sunday Science covers what makes our brains different from monkeys, but occasionally like Neanderthals, a highbrow way to beat depression in old age, new drugs in the fight against malaria, a giant subterranean ecosystem, and the first sounds from Mars… Continue reading
Welcome to this week’s Sunday Science, with the wheat genome, the first RNAi-based therapy, bee-unfriendly pesticides, a sensible diet, and phantom smells… 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
Welcome to this week’s Sunday Science, featuring the koala genome, air pollution’s deadly impact, the birthday of IVF, robotic cockroaches, and a habitable Mars… Continue reading