I’ve been taking an interest in my daily step count recently. Many of us aim for the magic 10,000 a day. But what’s the science behind it all? What’s with the number 10,000? Quite honestly, there’s very little research backing the specific number 10,000, it’s just that it’s a nice round number. The only … More 10,000 steps?
Mouse models are very useful in medical research … except they can be devastating when the findings don’t translate to humans. But a new machine learning model is taking a step toward changing that. … More Discovered … in mice
Is wearing sunscreen every single day dangerous for you, too expensive or will it actually give you brilliant skin?
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The role telomerase and your telomeres play in the processes of ageing and in cancerous cells and what modern medical research is doing! … More Anti-ageing, cancer and more!
The fountain of youth? It once was a myth, but today the search for a ‘magical’ cure for ageing centres around the ends of our chromosomes! … More The Fountain of Youth?
Living in a mouldy home … is it a problem? Will it make you sick, or make your house collapse? … More Living in a mouldy home … is it a problem?
What’s up with your milk? And those long words on the side, homogenised and pasteurised? They’re different processes that make your milk safe and pleasant to drink! … More Homogenised and Pasteurised … what does it mean?
Science labs produce a shocking 2% of the world’s plastic waste. Why do they use so much, and what are they trying to do about it? … More On plastic waste in Biology labs
Pandemics and Epidemics, the history and future of deadly disease outbreaks, bioterrorism and many other very frightening realities. … More Pandemics and Epidemics
It’s Valentine’s Day on Thursday, and whether you’re planning a romantic date or staying at home by yourself, you may still enjoy this post about the science of love! … More Science on Valentine’s Day