Science and Environment

First person: 'Doomed? No, science can still save us'

First person: 'Doomed? No, science can still save us'

Posted by ap507 at Dec 08, 2015 12:15 PM |

Dr Alan Cann discusses how bacteria have been evolving ways to shrug off the effects of antibiotics

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Mars, Pluto… and beyond

Mars, Pluto… and beyond

Posted by ap507 at Oct 12, 2015 04:15 PM |

Professors Jan Zalasiewicz and Mark Williams discuss the significance of water on Mars and beyond

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Can digging up 100-year-old bodies help crack unsolved murders?

Can digging up 100-year-old bodies help crack unsolved murders?

Posted by ap507 at Sep 29, 2015 03:55 PM |

Dr Stuart Hamilton discusses how forensic science can reveal secrets from the past

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Using forensic science to fight back against sexual violence in conflict

Using forensic science to fight back against sexual violence in conflict

Posted by ap507 at Sep 29, 2015 02:40 PM |

Dr Lisa Smith discusses her project to empower victims and support prosecutions in cases of sexual violence in conflict zones

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Unveiling the genetic potential of UK Biobank

Unveiling the genetic potential of UK Biobank

Posted by ap507 at Sep 28, 2015 09:30 AM |

With all genotype data from UK Biobank to be made available next year, Professor of Genetic Epidemiology and Public Health Martin Tobin shares his experience and exciting study findings

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Armed police drones: not necessarily a bad idea, but we need to keep careful watch of these eyes in the sky

Armed police drones: not necessarily a bad idea, but we need to keep careful watch of these eyes in the sky

Posted by ap507 at Sep 25, 2015 12:25 PM |

Dr Jon Moran weighs up the pros and cons of armed drones in the skies

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