George Rabin reports on the first instance of Avian Influenza detected in the Antarctic, posing threats to vulnerable and endangered species.
Amy White explores the challenges that hinder the lives of fig trees, and what this means for our perspectives on harvesting trees.
Alice Banfield weighs up the potential uses of digital twins in personalised medicine and explores the ethical implications of this.
Katerina Panti explores the paradigm shifts that have, and continue to, shape our understanding of schizophrenia.
Ayaka Hogg delves into Rabies, a disease of terror, and how a virus strikes the fear of wind and water into the hearts of those infected.
Alana Chandler explores the potential use of psychedelics to treat pain in women, which is so-often ignored and underplayed.
Isabelle Goodall-Summers reports on recent insight into “motion sickness neurons”—neurons that could explain our travel sickness on journeys.
Alice Peabody reports on the varied effects of climate change that we are already seeing on global insect populations.
Leah Fogarty reports on new findings surrounding the inhibition of enzymes, in order to treat late-onset Alzheimer’s disease.