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So near, yet so far

Evoluted New Media | Added: 6 Apr 2018

To PhD students and supervisors everywhere – it may be a very tough road, but help is at hand. Prey…

Taking the fight to TB

Evoluted New Media | Added: 15 Feb 2018

What is needed to beat TB is an approach that both takes it’s biochemical defences, but also avoids…

Taking on the resistance

Evoluted New Media | Added: 12 Jan 2018

It is no secret that there is a desperate need for a response to antimicrobial resistance, so what …

A right royal success

Evoluted New Media | Added: 6 Mar 2017

Following a fellowship award from the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851, Alice Hagan set …

Time to dissolve bias in STEM

Evoluted New Media | Added: 10 Feb 2017

On the eve of the UN’s International day for women and girls in science we spoke to Dr Sarah Hosgoo…

Antibody crisis: Order from chaos

Evoluted New Media | Added: 23 Nov 2016

As we slowly come to terms with the damage caused by the antibody validation crisis – there is hope…

Our greatest achievement or our biggest mistake?

Evoluted New Media | Added: 25 Oct 2016

Artificial intelligence carries as many risks as benefits, especially when it comes to military use…

Climbing Everest

Evoluted New Media | Added: 8 Oct 2016

Greg Foot, Science Presenter on the BBC and YouTube will be speaking at Lab Innovations 2016, the U…

Translational research...and beyond

Evoluted New Media | Added: 19 May 2016

Professor Nicholas Lemoine, keynote speaker for ON Helix 2016, tells us about how translational res…

Did the dinosaurs suffer with malaria?

Evoluted New Media | Added: 16 May 2016

A new analysis of the prehistoric origin of malaria suggests that it evolved in insects at least 10…

Banging the drum for women

Evoluted New Media | Added: 14 Mar 2016

BioBeat was founded four years ago to redress the lack of females in the bioscience sector. Founder…

Harnessing the quantum world

Evoluted New Media | Added: 2 Mar 2016

Professor Raymond Laflamme describes the quantum world, and details the biggest challenges involved…

What's really going on with the Zika virus?

Evoluted New Media | Added: 4 Feb 2016

The Zika virus and its possible health risks to pregnant women are very much in the public eye at t…

Microscopic subway passengers with a ticket to ride

Evoluted New Media | Added: 22 Jan 2016

A complete map of the microbiome of the New York City subway system? It’s possible – and all it tak…

Antimicrobial resistance – a disaster in the making?

Evoluted New Media | Added: 8 Jan 2016

After the emergence of yet another antibiotic resistance mechanism in the form of MCR-1, the future…

Discovering how to learn science

Evoluted New Media | Added: 19 Nov 2014

David Porter, is L'Oréal Young Scientist Centre Manager at Royal Institution, explains how to teach…

How to hack your home with Ri Christmas lecturer Danielle George

Evoluted New Media | Added: 12 Nov 2014

We catch up with this year’s Royal Institution Christmas Lecturer Danielle George to find out what …

Giving life to the dead: Barts Pathology Museum's Carla Valentine

Evoluted New Media | Added: 13 Dec 2013

Carla Valentine gives life to the dead – not only does she ensure the preservation of 5,000 specime…

Talking cancer-beating proton beams with Professor Carsten Welsch

Evoluted New Media | Added: 26 May 2013

There is more to accelerator physics than just smashing sub atomic particles against each other and…

Professor Andrew Harrison: Bringing neutrons to the masses

Evoluted New Media | Added: 7 Mar 2013

Neutrons can be used to answer questions in most scientific disciplines says Professor Andrew Harri…