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Cambridge University Science Magazine
A stomach-churning discovery
Healing medicine from its gender bias
Making a map of the universe
AI: thinking in three dimensions
Breaking Symmetry: The First Steps from Cell to Being
Study reveals shared developmental programmes underlying psoriasis and eczema
Investing in scientific diversity: Why theoretical arguments aren’t enough
Stalin and the Scientists
Reflecting on a year of pandemic for women in academia
Primates, BBC One
Quick Prediction of Long COVID
Dish Life: The Game – by Pocket Sized Hands
A Spoonful of Jelly Makes the RNA Go Down
Science Twitter Roundup: January 2021
Peanut Butter Diamonds
A Watery Twist to the Dinosaur Tale
The Value of Being Precautious?
Seeing Is Believing: Researchers Use Viral Gene Therapy to Restore Lost Sight
A Vaccine for Your Mind
Science at Speed: Publishing Amidst a Pandemic
All Hands On Deck
Pangolins, Pigs, and Pets: A Recipe for Another Pandemic
Pavilion: Bacterial Art
Science Twitter Roundup: October/November 2020
A Pathogen’s Dilemma: The Virulence-Transmission Trade-Off
Green Space and Public Health
A World Without Antibiotics?
Ion-blocking polymers offer sunny horizons for solar power
New Funding for COVID-19 Genomic Surveillance
Obesity, a Choice or ‘Fat Chance’?
Staying Sane In An Insane World: The Challenge Of Social Distancing
Schrödinger, biology and incredible wit: A physicist’s influential ponderings on life itself
Negative Mass and the Dark Universe
Artificial “mini-lungs” provide new COVID-19 insights
Yaws: The Revenge
Dying of Ignorance: The History of British Public Health Campaigns
The next generation of solar cells, featuring Dr Elizabeth Tennyson
Science Twitter Roundup: Nobel Prize Special
Pavilion: Be Better, Not Banned
What happens when metallic hydrogen melts?
Understanding protein behaviour at the nanoscale, featuring Dr Jerelle Joseph
UN Decade on Biodiversity ends with failure to achieve all conservation targets
Re-Discovering Depression
From pandemic to syndemic: have we been thinking about coronavirus in the wrong way?
Beneath the layers: exploring the unique properties of hybrid superlattices