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  • HEALTH

    Vast Majority of Childhood Tonsillectomies are Unnecessary

    Will Nunn reports on the striking research about tonsillectomies taking place within the University of Birmingham

    Written by Will Nunn on 3rd January 2019

    SCIENCE

    We Have 12 Years Left

    Following the IPCC's recent report, Sci&Tech Editor Will Nun explores the reality of climate change and what the future has in store

    Written by Will Nunn on 2nd December 2018

    SCIENCE

    Fake Moon Rising

    Fahrana Alam looks into the extraordinary plans for an artificial moon in China

    Written by Farhana Alam on 2nd December 2018

    SCIENCE

    Stem Cells Provide Promising Intervention for Cocaine Addiction

    Sci&Tech Writer Issy Greenwood reports on the potential for stem cell research to help with curing cocaine addiction

    Written by IssyGreenwood on 21st November 2018

    SCIENCE

    AR: Saving Lives in Natural Disasters

    Sci&Tech Writer Imogen Claire asks whether augmented reality technology has a future in weather forecasting

    Written by Imogen Claire on 4th November 2018

    SCIENCE

    Personalised Medicine Comes to the NHS

    Charlotte Begley explores the prospect of medicine personalised for the individual

    Written by Redbrick on 30th October 2018

    SCIENCE

    Hira Protein Can Stop The Development Of Viruses

    Sci & Tech online editor Ellen Heimpel reports on the discovery that Hira proteins found in our cells can be used to combat viruses, and the potential uses of this in future medicine.

    Written by Ellen Heimpel on 2nd July 2018

    SCIENCE

    Kidney Donors Swap Their Kidneys For Transplant Vouchers

    Sci & Tech online editor Ellen Heimpel reports on the new kidney voucher scheme initiated by Howard Boardman allowing kidney donors to donate now in return for a loved one being given priority for a donation later

    Written by Ellen Heimpel on 29th June 2018

    SCIENCE

    Major Breakthrough in HIV Fight

    Sci & Tech writer Anna Pitts reports on the newly developed antibody that attacks 99% of HIV strains

    Written by Anna Pitts on 25th June 2018

    SCIENCE

    Newcastle is Seeing the Future with 3D Printing

    Liv Francis-Pape reports on Newcastle University's breakthough 3D printing of corneas.

    Written by Liv Francis-Pape on 18th June 2018

    SCIENCE

    The Truth About Coffee Consumption

    Coffee is the magic elixer that helps us get through the stress of exams. However it is always assumed to be bad for you. Sci & Tech writer Nikita Sall reports on the truth about coffee consumption: is it good or bad?

    Written by nikitasall1 on 11th June 2018

    FEATURES

    Ants and the Antibiotic Crisis: Could Ants End the Apocalypse?

    Researchers from the University of East Anglia and John Innes Centre (JIC) have recently discovered a potential new line of antibiotics that have proven potent against antibiotic resistant ‘superbugs’, Nikita Sall reports.

    Written by nikitasall1 on 13th June 2017
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