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Cambridge University Science Magazine
An Interview with Jessie Hall: The Philosophy of Virtual Reality
Review: How Emotions are Made by Lisa Feldman Barrett
The little compass hidden in each of us
Cuttlefish teach cameras to ‘see’ better amid contrasts in illumination
Researchers discover secret pyramid tunnel
Aging Warriors and Cancer's Game: Navigating Immunometabolic Chessboards in Young versus Seasoned Battlers
Diabolically Ironclad
Social Scientists: Our Favourite Online Influencers
Quantum birds and their sixth sense
Shaking Up Scientific Publishing: eLife Announces Controversial New Publishing Plan
Quantum Internet: An Entangled World
Clearing the Confusion about Nuclear Fusion
Power to the People: Creating a Resilient Electricity Grid in the Face of Global Hazards
Botox: From Anti-Wrinkle to Anti-Depressant
Mitochondrial Networking: Immunometabolic Symphony in Cellular Societies
ASCUS: Society at the Heart of Science
Genome Sequencing: its Promises, its Impact
Brains in a Dish - Models for the Study of the Human Brain
GM brought us Golden Rice, but is it a Golden Solution?
Bluesci Goes Green on the Amazing People, Enquiring Minds Trail at Cambridge University Botanic Garden
Why Plant-Based Just Makes Sense
HeLa: The Immortal Cell Line Shaping Science and Society
An Interview with Dr Catherine Galloway: Translation and Innovation Lead at the Kavli Centre for Ethics, Science, and the Public
Modifying the genetics of humanity? What we do not know is what matters
The truth behind ‘Zoom fatigue’ – the impact of videoconferencing on our minds and bodies
New Realities
Birdsongs alleviate anxiety and paranoia in healthy participants
Coughs and Sneezes or Attention Seekers?
Rapidx: A Rapid Disease Testing Startup at Cambridge University Using Plasmonics
Uplifting Plants: Hebes in New Zealand’s Southern Alps
Access to Electricity: A Growing Issue in 2023 and Beyond
Xenotransplantation
Bioreceptive Architecture
Moon Plants
Beyond The Periodic Table
Nuclear Fusion – Harnessing the Power of Stars
Frontiers at the Large Hadron Collider
The Decarbonisation Challenge
Pavilion: When Braille Meets Colours
Microprocessor Design – We're Running Out Of Ideas
Generative Adversarial Networks
Is 3D Printing All It’s Cracked Up To Be?
Lateral Flow Tests – Beyond COVID-19
The Green Revolution – How a Jellyfish Transformed Cell Biology
In Search of the Missing Jawbone – Solving an Evolutionary Riddle