When I first heard about a Drone Racing event at the Norwich Science Festival, I couldn’t wait to see these machines first hand, however after chatting to the event organiser, I found out about the amazing work the charity...
If you are reading this article, chances are you have an interest in science. If this is the case, you probably would be interested to know that Norwich Science Festival began on the 19th October, and will continue until...
Professor David Curtis, a geneticist and psychiatrist from University College London, has raised an issue concerning the heavy bias within genetic research towards white Europeans. Prof Curtis claims that the utilisation of white European samples for genetic tests are...
Reports of internet-related medical conditions are on the rise. From cyberchondria to cyber hoarding, many of these techno-age disorders are thought to be digital versions of analogue conditions. Whilst most internet usage is not dangerous to health, specialists are...
The 2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine has been awarded to two immunologists who have discovered how to fight advanced skin cancer with the body’s own immune system. Professor James P. Allison and Professor Tasuku Honjo will share...
  The World Resources Institute predicts that 90% of coral reefs will be threatened by 2050, but a fast-growing scheme in Florida is now leading the fight against this decline.   Based in Key Largo, the Coral Restoration Foundation spearheads a global...