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A look at new scenarios for cancer treatment

Diagnosing and treating cancer is one of the key challenges for modern medicine, which is continuously focused on developing new, sophisticated therapies with minimum side effects.

Love on the Brain

The evidence of the chemical reactions and brain activity involved in love, suggests that we may not be as in control of our feelings as we think.

5 predictions for Science and Technology in 2019

What will be dominating science and technology headlines in 2019?  Our technical experts peek into their crystal balls and share their predictions for innovation and technology in the coming year.

Could Faecal Transplants end IBS misery?

Poo. We all do it, it’s a natural bodily function and while most of us find the idea of doing anything other than flushing utterly revolting, the humble poo may be the answer that many sufferers of bowel problems are looking for.

Pioneering work on proteins wins Nobel Prize

his year’s Nobel Prize in Chemistry has been awarded to three scientists for their work harnessing the power of evolution to develop new proteins used in drugs and medical treatments.

Clean but not lean?

Could commonly-used, household cleaners be making children overweight? New study suggests that everyday disinfectants and surface cleaners might be altering the bacteria in their guts.

Beware the Beard

Have you noticed how everyone has a beard these days? Well not everyone, but face fur is definitely ‘in’. The question for scientists is: ‘do you want that facial hair in a laboratory setting, particularly a microbiological lab?’

The Science of Running

With the running season truly upon us, and several Jumpstarters taking part in a charity 5K in May, we consider the science behind running, and what us humans gain from it (apart from the blisters!).

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