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.
Alice Banfield weighs up the potential uses of digital twins in personalised medicine and explores the ethical implications of this.
Shivi Gupta explores the ethical dilemmas and scientific advancements associated with the Manhattan Project in nuclear physics.
Mariam Elalfy examines the intricacies of public trust in science emphasising the need for transparent communication and understanding.
Isabelle Goodall-Summers explores the off-label use of Ozempic for weight loss, highlighting potential societal implications.