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What do you think is the greatest scientific breakthrough made on British shores? Is it Watson and Crick’s discovery of the structure of DNA, or Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell’s discovery of the first pulsar? Or maybe it was Alan Turing’s development of the Turning Machine? We want your suggestions –…
Properly adapting buildings for climate change could significantly reduce the risk of heat-related deaths say researchers who have modelled the effects of future heat waves on the Greater London population in 2050.
Starved bacteria use antimicrobial lasso peptides to kill other bacteria by hijacking their nutrient receptors say scientists who have gained the first structural insights into the warfare between bacteria.
The humble sewing machine has inspired a new imaging tool which is providing new clues about the origins of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.
EU regulations suggest refrigerants in car air conditioning systems are replaced with a more environmentally friendly version, but scientists are urging a rethink after studies showed the recommended replacement releases toxic chemicals upon combustion.