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Taxidermy, an aerial dance display, and 80s pop

Face-painting, crafting jungle crowns and eating bugs: all things relished by seven-year-olds monkeying around. And apparently, with the right setting, fully grown adults too. The raging success of the most…

How worried should we be about the antibiotic apocalypse?

While the news in 2016 was filled with obituaries of beloved world icons, looking back, there may have been one passing of particular importance: that of an elderly woman in…

Can we use gene therapy to treat alzheimer’s disease?

There are an estimated 52,000 Alzheimer’s disease sufferers in the UK, and it can be a torment for those who are affected. However, gene therapy may offer the world a…

UN Assembly convenes to discuss growing antibiotic resistance

The UN Assembly convened last week to discuss how to tackle the growing problem of antibiotic resistance. Underscoring the importance of the problem Peter Thompson, President of the General Assembly,…