Comedian John Oliver explores the issues surrounding scientific journalism as part of his satirical program Last Week Tonight
Disruptive science can have a significant impact outside of our own domains of research and into our personal lives. Keeping abreast of these developments can help prepare and inspire.
How researchers are side-stepping tradition research funding and turning to the internet and the public to make their genomic work happen
Friday check list: 1) Clear inbox. 2) Pour celebratory beverage. 3) Relax with FLG’s favourite content from this delightful four day week
As June 24 draws closer, the date for virologist Kate Rubins to launch to the ISS, the countdown to DNA sequencing in space has begun
Women earn nearly one-third less than their male peers within a year of completing a PhD in science, technology, engineering or maths.
“We don’t want to be sought out because we’re women. We want to be sought out because we’re awesome.”
The latest episode from Signal gets inside the thorny issue of sexism in biotech
Lung cancer spread in mice is slowed by tampering with a specific protein pathway, suggesting a potential new therapy target for the disease
Today our partners at Advances in Modern Oncology Research are exploring some new research into the genetic underlying tumour growth and development