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The problem with vaccine nationalism during a pandemic

For many people, the light at the end of the lockdown tunnel is a Covid vaccine. Multiple trials are underway with promising results and there have been suggestions that a…

Behind The Curve

Sometimes you will be told something so completely ludicrous that you don’t even register it as a fact. One of these statements is “there are thousands of people who believe…

Measles has returned to haunt the United States of America

Officials have declared a public health emergency in the United States due to a measles outbreak in Washington. The rising number of cases in the state has been linked to…

Why we should all be eating more bugs

When I’m a Celebrity: Get Me Out of Here comes onto our screens each November, millions across the UK watch through their fingers as the camp mates are forced to…

13 Reasons Why: Beyond the Reasons

When 13 Reasons Why premiered on Netflix in March 2017, there was an almost immediate backlash to the handling of the sensitive subjects it attempted to address. The show, for…

Has medical advice on taking the pill been wrong all this time?

When the contraceptive pill, or ‘the pill,’ first came onto the market in 1960, it revolutionised women’s sexual freedom. Now, over 100 million women globally use the pill as a…

Study finds strongest opponents of GMOs know the least about them

Researchers have found that people who strongly oppose genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in our food know the least about the science behind them, but think they know the most. A…

2018 Round-up: the big science stories you need to know about

Last year, 2018, was a big year for science and technology. Here, we look back at the discoveries, projects and innovations which made big news last year. NASA launched a…