Kitty Clarke explores the shift from disruptive scientific breakthroughs to today’s emphasis on seemingly incremental innovation.
Adèle Bouyer reviews how a recent change in FDA regulation may herald a decline in animal testing, in the face of new alternative models.
Tanmayee Desprabhu describes how the development of de-centalised communication networks are making science fiction ideas a reality.
Sophie Beaumont reviews research into how the blood-brain barrier protects the brain, and poses challenges for delivery of medical treatment.
Jacques William Bouvier debates the pros and cons of intellectual property in the life sciences, and how regulation might foster innovation.
Simon Lichtinger describes how the development of super-resolution microscopy enabled scientists to see beyond the optical diffraction limit.
Manaal Khan describes the potential future of medicine, electronics, and industry in the face of new small-scale science and nanotechnology.
Since 2014, The Sir William Dunn School of Pathology and the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art have run a collaborative competition which aims to draw together the fields of the arts and the sciences. Mihaela Man and Olivia Williamson won the 2019 competition with a two-part piece which has been installed in the…