Steph Smith writes on the near extinction of the Mangarahara cichlid, questioning whether human intervention is a realistic solution.
On the 27th September a revolution hit the science scene when the world’s first ‘Three Person Baby’ was born. The child inherited 99.9 percent of its DNA from his parents with the remaining DNA coming from a donor’s mitochondria,...
Environment Writer Eleanor Bujak discusses why more students need to take part in protests, and saving the planet.
A Florida fossils dealer has been caught by US authorities, trying to smuggle the bones of a Tyrannosaurus bataar into the country.
A spotlight has been thrown onto prostate cancer after Stephen Fry, known by many for his acting, writing, and presenting careers, made public his own experiences with the illness. Prostate cancer is the third biggest cancer killer in the...
It’s the big question on everyone’s mind: will Britain remain in the EU? Leaving the EU could have lasting impacts on science, as Professor Sir Paul Nurse, Nobel Prize winner, believes UK research would struggle to find funding, inevitably...