Emma Clarke explores the social and biological influences on food cravings during pregnancy, particularly the role of the microbiome.
Sophie Beaumont explores how human diversity arises amidst 99.9% genetic similarity due to epigenetics, and its long term impacts.
Shikiera Wheeler outlines the fundamental concepts of neuroscience that give rise to the architecture of neural networks.
Jen Jiang discusses the transformative impact of ancient DNA research in human history emphasising the need for cultural respect in research.
Laura Santamaria Perez explores the way pathogens mimic human biology to disguise themselves from the immune system.
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.