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    4th February: World Cancer Day

    Cancer Research UK are encouraging you to donate £2 for World Cancer Day. Charlotte Ward reports.

    Written by Charlotte Ward on 4th February 2016

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    Genome Sequence in a Suitcase Technology Developed at UoB

    UoB scientists have been involved in creating a portable genome sequencing kit which can be used to reveal crucial real-time information about viral outbreaks. Rachel Kahn reports.

    Written by Rachel Kahn on 3rd February 2016

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    Paging Dr McCoy: What is Space Medicine Really Like?

    As chief medical officer of the USS Enterprise, we know who we'd want on call in a medical space emergency. But what happens when real-life astronauts need a doctor? Amy Thompson investigates.

    Written by Amy Thompson on 28th January 2016

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    UoB Research Reveals Mechanism of Immunological Memory

    A study supported by the BBSRC and Bloodwise has revealed how our immune systems maintain a memory of previous infections. Kara Watson reports.

    Written by Kara Watson on 28th January 2016

    SCIENCE

    Top 5 Space Stories to Look Out for in 2016

    Sci & Tech editor Amy Thompson tells Redbrick her top 5 space stories to look out for in 2016.

    Written by Amy Thompson on 28th January 2016

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    New Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis

    A treatment which has been used for cancers has been shown to have remarkable results for multiple sclerosis sufferers. Rachel Kahn reports.

    Written by Rachel Kahn on 28th January 2016

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    What Does Space Mean To Me?

    Sci & Tech editor Rachel Taylor discusses her fascination with space, and explains why seeing Tim Peake begin his time on the International Space Station means so much to her.

    Written by Rachel Taylor on 28th January 2016

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    Redbrick’s CES 2016 Wrap Up

    The Consumer Electronics Show is famous for predicting the coming year's technology trends. Here are Redbrick's Sci & Tech team rounding up what will sink and what will swim in 2016.

    Written by Roshni Patel, Kara Watson, Ellie Patten, Charlotte Ward, Rachel Taylor, Rachel Kahn, Amy Thompson, Ian Rogers & Ellen Daugherty on 27th January 2016

    SCIENCE

    First Flower Blooms In Space

    The first flower to bloom in space has been revealed. Sci & Tech editor Rachel Taylor reports.

    Written by Rachel Taylor on 24th January 2016

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    Breakthrough Diagnoses From Genome Project

    Rachel Kahn reports on the recent success of the 100,000 genomes project.

    Written by Rachel Kahn on 22nd January 2016

    CREATURE FEATURE

    Creature Feature: The Horned Lizard

    Meet the horned lizard: they can instantly double their body size, drink through their skin, and most surprisingly… they can squirt blood up to six feet from their eyes. Ellen Daugherty tells us more.

    Written by Ellen Daugherty on 12th January 2016

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    Could the Science of Star Wars Become a Reality?

    Will we ever live in a world filled with droids and lightsabers? Kara Watson investigates.

    Written by Kara Watson on 4th January 2016
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