Scientists have found a gene which may be causing those over the age of 5 to wet the bed…
A new study has found dogs have a processing capacity similar to a 1 year-old…
A delve into the ethical considerations of rewilding, and how one site may have failed to hit the mark.
Because lord knows we need it.
The human impact on Earth is so significant there is now more plastic, concrete, and metal than living things. Just how much of our natural world is left?
Last Friday, the University of Leeds announced it was doing its part in helping fight the coronavirus epidemic by offering support in terms of equipment, staff, and its campus space. The University has made available […]
11.62 million-year-old fossils discovered in the Allgäu region of Bavaria between 2015 and 2018 bear remarkable anatomic traits of both apes and early humans and may be evidence of the last common ancestor before the […]
Chytrid disease is one of the greatest threats to amphibians worldwide and a problem that is only increasing as it spreads across continents. Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, shortened to Bd, is the species of fungus responsible for […]
As one of the 15 women recognised in this year’s Women of Achievement, Dr. Katie Field (Associate Professor in Plant-Soil Processes) stands out as a contemporary in plant science. She is one of the recipients […]
High school is an influential social environment – a place where children are in constant comparison and competition with each other. It is also promoted as a safe space, but what if the two claims […]
This week saw the announcement of the 2014 Nobel Prize in the fields of Medicine or Physiology, Physics, and Chemistry. The annual prizes are awarded for outstanding discoveries within their respective fields. This year, the […]
Winning the Nobel Prize is the pinnacle of a scientist’s career. It is the ultimate reward for years of labour and hard work. They slave away in dimly lit rooms, the lack of sunlight forcing […]