Amy White explores the challenges that hinder the lives of fig trees, and what this means for our perspectives on harvesting trees.
George Rabin takes a deep dive into aestivation, a process that allows lungfish to lay dormant during dry spells in the rivers they inhabit.
Katerina Panti explores the paradigm shifts that have, and continue to, shape our understanding of schizophrenia.
Jen Jiang explores the current and historical gender biases that underlie scientific research and medicine.
Taylah Andrews-Clark uses mathematical modelling to research societal violence, discussing model limitations and benefits of rehabilitation.
Matthew Campbell examines the nitrogen crisis in agriculture, its environmental impact, and explores microbial solutions for sustainability.
Ellie Smith explores animal tool use, focusing on ecological and cognitive factors affecting its rarity and diversity.
Ilke Boran explores the origins of life and identifies moons beyond Earth with the potential to support thriving biological systems.
Jacinto Mathe investigates the enigmatic origins of humanity, unraveling the mysteries through the lenses of neo-taphonomy and paleoecology.