George Rabin discusses new research suggesting that human-to-human mpox transmission began in 2016 at the latest, prior to the 2022 outbreak.
Lilli Ganzer reports on new findings, which suggest that early phases of human reproduction are possible in space.
Jen Jiang discusses the transformative impact of ancient DNA research in human history emphasising the need for cultural respect in research.
Ayaka Hogg discusses Jenny Kendler’s ‘Tell it to the Birds’, bird conservation efforts, and the role of installation art in conservation.
A triumph in xenotransplantation: monkey survives over two years with genetically modified pig kidney
Alice Pebody explores the triumphs of xenotransplantation and discusses what this could mean for xenotransplantation in human therapeutics.
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.
Joe Boyle explores the impact of non-human charisma on conservation efforts for specific species, even when the “species” do not exist.