In this issue of the magazine we tackle infectious disease, whilst taking a look at what AMP 2017 has on offer this year in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The Mayo Clinic’s David Smith discusses how Hollywood under-utilize, or so horribly mangle, good science fiction material.
The science of ageing has made a lot of progress recently. Here are three examples of discoveries that might benefit people who are alive right now.
David tells us about some of the movies he saw as a young boy, that also helped to shape him into the very strange person that he grew up to be.
Interested in how film making can work as rare disease advocacy? Come and meet Daniel DeFabio at the Festival of Genomics Boston on 3-4 October 2017.
Like most scientists, David Smith has a variety of passions in addition to his love for science. Are you a sci-fi fan (books or movies)? Then this is a read for you.
Guest blogger Mack Veltman asks, at what point does natural life become a scientific plaything for humans to change at their leisure?
Dr Strange hit the big screen promising a lot, and FLG manging editor Carl Smith went to find out if the movie delivers